3rd May 2022 Lovely in spring: the eastcoast of North Yorkshire and the Cleveland Way. The Cleveland (literally "cliff-land") Way is about 110 miles (176 km) long and a part of it follows high cliffs and sandy bays. It starts from the attractive market town of Helmsley. Further attractions: Kilburn White Horse at Sutton Bank... ...Teeside offshore wind farm north of Redcar... ...Saltburn-by-the-Sea, a lovely little seaside town,.. ...Runswick Bay, a picturesque cliffside village with steep, winding streets. Around every corner there is something of interest! Sandsend - a small fishing village... ...with its lovely beach. One of the most popular seaside towns is Whitby... ...with Whitby Abbey, the inspiration for Bram Stoker's Classic Novel Dracula. Another fantastic place: Robin Hood's Bay. The village, which consists of a maze with tiny streets, has a tradition of smuggling. Scarborough: One of England's most famous seaside resort towns with a classic historical charm. And Filey - the END of the Cleveland Way! A holiday to Filey is the perfect way to escape... ...and the perfect way to enjoy sea!