Flamborough North Landing beach
Welcome to Flamborough North Landing beach
A popular beach, with toilets (closed during the winter), café restaurant/ bar and shop. A sandy bay, rock pools, caves and chalk cliffs. In the summer boat trips are available. This beach was part of the filmset for the Dad's Army film
Site of the old Lifeboat Station (now moved to South Landing), North Landing is still famous for its smugglers’ caves and panoramic views north along the coast to Filey and Scarborough. Once the hub of Flamborough’s small but active fishing industry, now a few cobles are all that remain. The secluded beach at Thornwick, on the Filey side of North Landing, is the perfect place to while away a summer’s afternoon.
Grid ref: 523878 471945 Marker post No. 11
Parking for 150 cars. Small charge during the summer.
Accessed via a steep concrete slipway, care is required due to gradient.