Flamborough is on the East Ridings of Yorkshire and is a well-known popular spot for beach lovers, hikers and explorers.
The lighthouse dates back to 1806 and is only 1.2 miles away from the village. You can also stay here as there are lots of bed and breakfasts and pubs.
The cliffs are home to thousands of birds from Gannets to Puffins and you can explore inside the sea caves.
The Sea Caves are great fun when the tide is out, as you can walk in them and see them emerge from when they were underwater. The caves are formed from the geology of the chalk cliffs combined with the sea waves.
There are plenty of walks around the bays and is a great spot for kite flying and rock pooling. You can walk on Bempton Cliffs to local nature reserves and you to the old lighthouse that dates back to 1674.