suifeng2019The ruins of a lonely monastery standing on a cliff. When Bram Stoker saw it, he should have been so dilapidated, staring at the northern coastline. The towering pillars and famous ribs are majestic and profound, and they are silently telling the past.
M32***23I specially took a map of Pisholm Park for Ctrip er's reference. The park is not big and the scenery is beautiful. In summer, there are fountains that cool and relieve heat. It is very interesting to play in the fountains, and occasionally you can see street performers!
TodemmyScarborough Beach is a very well-known beach. The coastline is long and long, it is worth to come and play ~ very interesting attractions, very recommended! You can also experience marine projects, and I am very satisfied overall!
M32***23Not far from Miners Welfare Park, you can walk to the Whitby Beach. The two attractions are very close, and the scenery is natural. It is worthwhile to relax. Generally speaking, the sea is very blue.
Scarborough District Driving: Suitable, Running: Suitable
Robin Hoods Bay is one of the most picturesque coastal villages in England, a timeless place of narrow, cobbled lanes and fishermen's cottages crammed together near a secluded harbour once haunted by smugglers. The coastal scenery is stunning, and the village has become exceptionally popular as a holiday destination.
Despite the thousands of holidaymakers that descend upon the village each year, Robin Hoods Bay retains its aura of untroubled peacefulness, in part because visitor vehicles are banned from the harbour area, so if you want to enjoy the village you have to do so by walking down the steep hill to the harbour.
The origin of the name 'Robin Hood's Bay' is a mystery. What has Yorkshire coastal village to do with the famous medieval outlaw? Though the Robin Hood legend is more often associated with Nottinghamshire, there are long-standing folk tales linking the outlaw to Yorkshire.
No one knows the origin of the name but many theories have been put forward. One suggests that the name comes from the term for an ancient forest spirit, another that Robin Hood kept boats by the harbour in case he needed to make a quick escape. Another story says that the Abbot of Whitby asked Robin Hood to repel an attack by Danish raiders.
The area around Robin Hoods Bay is famous for its fossils. Vast areas of limestone and blue shale are exposed when the tide is out and exploring the rock pools along the shore in search of fossils and marine life is one of the most popular recreational activities in the bay. A selection of fossils found locally are on display in the village museum.
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#tripaway You just have to experience Christmas in England at least once in your life! Old worldly charm ablaze with light and festive decorations- fresh seafood caught that very morning. shops with crazy window displays. if your lucky, it might be a white Christmas #whitby #yorkshire