Three rides from Flamborough village exploring the nature and history of Flamborough Head. Each ride starts from the junction of Mereside and South Sea Road in the village.
0.9 miles/1.5 km to 2 miles/3.2 km each way.
To North Landing
Turn right at the T junction, following the signs for North Landing. You can take a short detour to beautiful Thornwick Bay on the way. Return by the same route. Busy route in summer unsuitable for young children.
To the Lighthouse
Follow the sign for the Lighthouse and stay on this road until you reach the crossroads at Lighthouse Road. Turn left and follow this road past the old lighthouse to the headland. Return by the same route. Busy route in summer unsuitable for young children.
To the Living Seas Centre
Follow the sign to the Lighthouse and South Landing until you reach the crossroads at Lighthouse Road. Go straight ahead for South Landing until you reach the Living Seas Centre.
Cycle parking is available at the Centre. You can then walk down the steep access to South Landing and the beach. Return by the same route.
Did you know… The village church of St Oswald’s was founded in Norman times. Take a quick trip inside to see the strange memorial to Tudor knight Marmaduke Constable, on which a toad is swallowing his heart.
The map below shows the route for this cycle route however you can view or download the full information as an A4 pdf file from the link below
Map and information courtesy of East Riding of Yorkshire County Council
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