Welcome to Selwick's Bay
Designated Bathing Beach which holds a Seaside Award. The terrain leading down to the beach is difficult so caution is needed
The triangular headland pointing out into the North Sea is an extension of the Yorkshire Wolds and the most northerly outcrop of chalk in Europe. The combination of hard chalk overlain by glacial material gives rise to a coastal landscape type found nowhere else in Britain. Selwick's Bay is located beneath Flamborough Lighthouse and is popular with visitors and geoloy students.
Parking for 100 cars (charges apply).