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Redcar and Cleveland

Redcar: At the popular seaside resort of Redcar, where fishing cobles land on the beach to sell their daily catches, you can experience the thrilling finishes at Redcar Racecourse, award winning beaches, or pick up bargains along the pedestrianised High Street.

Guisborough: The ancient market town of Guisborough holds many hidden gems to delight every visitor. Gisborough Priory sits admirably within the town, offering an outstanding example of gothic architecture. Guisborough’s vast woodland provides inspiring views over Roseberry Topping - a perfect backdrop for a family picnic. The forest is an ideal location to explore the surrounding countryside, making this a popular destination for walkers and cyclists.

Saltburn-by-the-Sea: The Spa town of Saltburn is well known for its Victorian buildings, railway station, water powered cliff lift and impressive pier that extends 200 metres from the shoreline. The beach is also a draw for surfers of all abilities who can experience the thrills of surfing, boogie boarding, surf skiing or windsurfing.

Redcar

Redcar

At the popular seaside resort of Redcar, where fishing cobles land on the beach to sell their daily catches, you can experience the thrilling finishes at Redcar Racecourse, award winning beaches, or pick up bargains along the pedestrianised High Street. Redcar’s award winning flat sandy beaches have won the Seaside Award eight years running and stretch eight miles, south east and north west. In 2006, Redcar beach played host to filming for a major movie blockbuster, when the beach was...

Saltburn-by-the-Sea

Saltburn-by-the-Sea

Saltburn by the Sea is a seaside resort with a dark, deep maritime past that still permeates the air. Formerly an upmarket resort for Victorians, this small town can be found on the North East coast, just south of its larger neighbour, Redcar. The Spa town of Saltburn is well known for its Victorian buildings, railway station, water powered cliff lift and impressive pier that extends 200 metres from the shoreline. The rugged coastline hides its secret illicit trading history. The...

Roseberry Topping

Roseberry Topping

Roseberry Topping is a distinctive hill on the border between North Yorkshire and the borough of Redcar and Cleveland. It's summit has a distinctive half-cone shape with a jagged cliff. From the summit on a clear day you have a fantastic and impressive view of the Yorkshire Dales in one direction and the North Sea to another, an idyllic spot for a picnic.

Huntcliff

Huntcliff

Huntcliff stands at 365 feet above sea level and dominates the coastline just east of Saltburn. The coast is relatively straight along from Saltburn until it reaches Huntcliff when it projects out to the North Sea. This is a prime location for walkers and the perfect picnic site.

Guisborough

Guisborough

The ancient market town of Guisborough holds many hidden gems to delight every visitor. In 1119 AD, Robert De Brus founded and lavishly endowed a priory for Augustinian canons at Guisborough. This monastery became one of the most powerful in Yorkshire and dominated the life and fortune of both the town of Guisborough and the surrounding area throughout the middle Ages. Today the remains of the tall tower of Gisborough Priory sits admirably within the town, offering an outstanding example...