Walks around Flamborough

The spectacular Flamborough walks along the coast is perhaps the biggest attractions for many of our guests enjoying caravan holiday home ownership here.

This Special Area of Conservation, which features a nature reserve and not one, but two ancient lighthouses, offers a multitude of spectacular cliff top and inland walks within easy reach of the park.  Being an owner here means that each time you visit you’ll be able to discover a new place to explore each time you visit this lovely part of the Yorkshire Coast.

Many walks are focused around the coastal path, a rugged trail that winds round Flamborough Head and along the Flamborough Headland Heritage Coast, heading north to Filey and beyond.  Be prepared for stunning views whatever the weather and if you’re a keen ‘twitcher’ then binoculars and a camera are must-have accessories!


Easy walk - Flamborough Head

Easy walk - Flamborough Head

START: Lighthouse Holiday Park
FINISH: Lighthouse Holiday Park

This relatively easy 3 mile circular walk direct from our holiday park is perfect for stretching the legs or taking the dog for a walk, offering views over the coastline that you will never tire of. Head east (towards the sea) on Lighthouse Road for approximately 400 meters, then turn right along the public footpath, across fields heading directly south until you reach the coastal path. Take a left (due East), following the path until you reach New Flamborough Lighthouse. From here you can follow the road to Old Flamborough Lighthouse and back along the road to our holiday park.

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Challenging – Filey to Flamborough on the Coast Path

START: Filey, North Yorkshire
FINISH: Lighthouse Holiday Park

This more challenging route along the cliffs at Flamborough Head is approx. 12 miles. Starting at Filey on the sea front, head south along Filey Bay. The trek through Bempton Cliffs is a real highlight of the walk. The RSPB Nature Reserve is considered the best place in England to watch seabirds – keep your eye out for puffins, gannets, kittiwakes, guillemots and razorbills as you make your way along the spectacular cliffs. After leaving Bempton Cliffs the trail continues southeast towards Flamborough Head. Here you will find towering white chalk cliffs, coves, caves, pretty bays and the oldest surviving lighthouse in Britain. Head inland past the Old Lighthouse onto Lighthouse Road and back to the holiday park.

These are just two of the many walks you can enjoy around the Lighthouse Holiday Park and the local Flamborough area; our team and other holiday home owners will no doubt be keen to share their local knowledge and disclose their favourite routes so that you too can make the most of this lovely area.