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Our Filey Travel Guide includes… Places to stay, things to do and how to get to Filey
Filey can be found along the North Yorkshire coast, between Scarborough and Flamborough’s Headland Heritage Coast. Within easy reach of the North York Moors National Park, you can enjoy the best of North Yorkshire’s coast and countryside during your holiday in Filey.
A quieter but attractive alternative to nearby Scarborough, Filey is renowned for its wonderful beach, where you can enjoy a laid back atmosphere on its spacious, 5-mile-long sandy expanse. Filey Bay itself is home to a Site of Special Scientific Interest, Filey Brigg, one of Filey’s most popular attractions. This long and narrow peninsula consists of steep limestone and sandstone cliffs that stand 20 metres high and offers an excellent view of the stunning bay.
Walkers will enjoy rambling along the England Coast Path, a 2795-mile-long trail that begins in Filey, encompassing much of the Yorkshire coast. You can also visit The Crescent, a row of charming townhouses, accompanied by stunning gardens that were designed to allow residents to enjoy scenic strolls, while Filey Museum is a great destination for those wanting to learn more about the extensive history of this seaside town.
Whatever your reason for visiting this part of the North Yorkshire coast, you will find plenty of holiday inspiration with our Filey Travel Guide.