Filey is full of hidden gems! Not only is it a gorgeous little town in North Yorkshire along the North Sea Coast, but it has plenty of exciting places to explore – there is definitely something for everyone! Here are 5 things you MUST do in Filey, you simply can’t miss out!!
1. Filey Museum
– Filey museum was opened to the public in 1971, but the building itself dates back to the 17th century. The museum won Visitor Attraction of the Year Yorkshire Moors and Coast Tourism Award 2007 – so add it to your list of places to visit! Admission fees are as follows – £2.50 per adult and under 18’s are free 🙂
2. Filey Dams Nature Reserve
– Are you a wild-life lover? This reserve has some of the most diverse flora and fauna in Filey, it’s free to visit, so why not?! It also makes a great family day out…
3. Bay Watersports
– Fancy taking part in adrenaline-fuelled activities hosted by a professionally run watersport activities provider? If so, Bay Watersports Ltd is something for you to look into – They offer coasteering, kayaking, paddle-boarding, dinghy sailing and raft-building!
4. Filey Beach
Filey beach is by far the most popular attraction, you can’t visit a seaside resort without taking a trip to the beach – especially if the beach is one of the UK’s finest! The sandy beach is a 5-mile stretch, and is perfect for families to visit. Take a stroll, experience the breath-taking views, or lay back in the sun, Filey beach is the place to be!
5. Filey Town Centre
Take a trip to Filey town centre during your stay! There are plenty of little shops to visit, with a nice selection of restaurants and cafes to eat in – you can even take a walk to the beach afterwards! Perfect for a day out 🙂