At low tide, leave the crowds behind and wander along the beach from Robin Hood’s Bay to Boggle Hole. Explore rock pools and keep an eye out for fossils. In local folklore Boggles, like goblins, were said to be mischievous ‘little people’ who dwelled in caves. See if you can spot their old hiding places. The Quarterdeck Café at YHA Boggle Hole offers a place to refuel before walking back along the beach or, if the tide has turned, over the cliff tops via the Cleveland Way National Trail.