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Yorkshire Coast

A varied coastal area with nature, geology and industrial archaeology interest

near Ravenscar, North Yorkshire

A sunlit beach and cliffs at Boggle Hole near Robin Hood's Bay with a view towards Ravenscar. A wide expanse of rippled sand dotted with pools and rocks in the foreground, with cliffs on the right, curving into a rocky headland topped with green fields in the distance.

Planning your visit

A small dog on the lead standing at the beach

Visiting the Yorkshire Coast with your dog 

The Yorkshire Coast is made for dog walking and there are plenty of experiences you can share with them while you're here. Read on for useful information when exploring with your canine companion, along with guidance to help ensure everyone enjoys their visit.

A group of school children gather around a National Trust leader on a beach

Learning on the Yorkshire Coast 

Find out all you need to know about our educational activities for schools, youth groups & families on the Yorkshire Coast, from rock pool rummaging to beachcombing & fossil hunting

Visitors exploring the festive interiors in the Entrance Hall at Castle Ward, County Down


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