Bridlington is a seaside resort, the civil parish on the Holderness Coast of the North Sea and also a minor Sea fishing port situated in Yorkshire, England.
Connected with Bad Salzufien in Germany and Millau in France, the town is worth exploring for many of its historic sites and events.
The Bayle Museum, the Bempton Cliffs Nature Reserve, the Bondville Model Village and the Bridlington Harbor are amazing sites of interest.
Your contribution can be useful for other tourists
More Travel Guides in United Kingdom:
More information United Kingdom:
|Scarborough - 16.1 mi|
The first holiday resort of Britain, Scarborough, lies on the North Coast of North Yorkshire, England in the county of Yorkshire.
The old town is barricaded by the rocky...
|Kingston upon Hull - 24.1 mi|
Kingston upon Hull or simply Hull is the famous city situated in the East Riding of Yorkshire district, England. The city is situated on the northern bank of the Humber estuary. ...