Yorkshire is England’s largest and fascinating
no matter what your interest or time to spare, offers a huge range
of activities and attractions.
Yorkshire stretches across Northern England
from its spectacular coastline in the East, across Moors and fertile
valleys to the Dales in the West, and attracts millions of tourists
who flock to see its traditional market towns, beautiful countryside
and historic sites. The more adventurous can explore the demanding
terrain of remote uplands, spectacular limestone and gritstone crags
and the secrets of the limestone potholes or the drama of its coastline
with narrow streeted villages clinging to its stunning cliffs.
Along the 45 miles of coastline there is more than the traditional
resorts of Scarborough and Filey and Whitby with its Dracula and
Captain Cook connections and spectacular ruined abbey.
The Harrogate District is a mixture of beautiful landscapes, flourishing
towns, dales villages and heritage sites. The town of Harrogate,
has a rich spa history, combined with parks, gardens and floral
Close by is the medieval market town of Knaresborough famous for
its 14th Century ruined castle, its maze of narrow streets and Mother
Shiptons Cave. From Pateley Bridge to Masham, the towns and villages
of Nidderdale provide the perfect base to explore the magnificent