The majestic chalk cliffs tower over the North Sea on the East Yorkshire coast. The cliffs run for around 6 miles from Flamborough Head to Filey in the North.
The cliffs are a protected nature reserve run by the RSPB. Bempton Cliffs are perfect for birdwatchers being home to over half a million seabirds between March and October. The area is a famous breeding ground for Puffins, but you’ll also find Gannets and Guillemots flying around the cliffs.
Take a walk along the top of the cliffs with spectacular views across the sea and the nature reserve. You’ll enjoy relaxing in the well-stocked café at the visitor’s centre, perfect for treating yourself after your stroll.