Have your say and tell us which is the best seaside resort in Yorkshire

Yorkshire, with its approximately 90 miles of coastline, is home to a variety of seaside towns and villages, ranging from bustling hubs to tranquil retreats.

It seems summer may have finally arrived so we thought it would be an opportune time to ask you where you think Yorkshire's top seaside resort is. Scroll down to cast your vote.

Including every coastal town and village from the Tees estuary to Humber would result in about 100 options, which could potentially crash your mobile phone browser and possibly our server.

So to save your phone or laptop browser from such a fate, we've selected a popular assortment from Redcar in the far north to Withernsea in the south. If you're struggling to make a choice, here's our rundown.

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While it may be a bit rough around the edges, things seem to be looking up for Yorkshire's northernmost seaside resort. Redcar boasts a long, wide stretch of sand and, of course, the famous lemon top ice cream.


Saltburn-by-the-Sea is home to Yorkshire's last remaining pleasure pier and a Victorian funicular railway that can transport you there.


Whitby is a year-round destination because it offers much more than just a seaside experience. It features a historic harbour, cobbled streets and, of course, the iconic 199 Steps leading to the ruins of Whitby Abbey.


As Yorkshire's largest seaside resort, Scarborough offers two distinct beaches separated by a towering headland. The South Bay is a typical colourful, kiss-me-quick affair, while the North Bay offers a more relaxed vibe.


Filey, a charming and thoroughly civilised town, has seen a resurgence this decade, shaking off its reputation as a resort for the elderly.


Bridlington, similar to Scarborough, boasts two distinct beaches. The north beach embodies the quintessential British seaside resort, while the south beach offers a less developed, more relaxed atmosphere.


Hornsea, a resort in East Riding, features a quaint promenade, a Victorian folly, and a serene sand and shingle beach.


Withernsea, a smaller resort, is often likened to an old market town that just happens to be by the sea. Its unique attractions include the distinctive Pier Towers, a lighthouse, Valley Gardens, and of course, its sandy beach.

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