Hornsea Beach

Address: Hornsea Beach, Hornsea, East Yorkshire
Phone: (01262) 678255
Email: coastal.services@eastriding.gov.uk

Discovering Hornsea Beach: A Seaside Gem in East Yorkshire

Hornsea Beach is a charming seaside destination located on the East Yorkshire coast. It features a mix of sandy and pebbly areas, making it perfect for a variety of beach activities.

The beach is complemented by a promenade, which offers stunning views and easy access to local amenities.

The nearby town of Hornsea provides additional attractions, including quaint shops, cafes, and the historic Hornsea Mere, the largest freshwater lake in Yorkshire​​!


Visiting Hornsea Beach is free of charge. However, parking in the vicinity is subject to a fee:

  • Parking Fees: Pay-and-display parking is available near East Riding Leisure Hornsea on the promenade, with rates starting at £1.60 per hour​​​.

Features/Things To Do

Hornsea Beach offers a variety of activities and attractions:

  • Beach Activities: Enjoy swimming, sunbathing, and beachcombing along the mixed sand and pebble shore.
  • Promenade Walks: Stroll along the promenade for beautiful coastal views and access to local cafes and shops.
  • Children's Paddling Pool: Perfect for young families, providing a safe and fun environment for kids to play.
  • Wildlife Watching: Observe local wildlife, especially around the nearby Hornsea Mere.
  • Picnicking: There are several spots ideal for a picnic, offering scenic views and a relaxing atmosphere.

Hornsea Beach On The Map


Hornsea Beach is accessible by car and public transport:

By Car:

  • Address: Hornsea Beach, Hornsea, East Yorkshire. Follow signs to the promenade. Pay-and-display parking is available nearby.

By Public Transport:

  • Bus: Regular bus services run to Hornsea from Hull and other nearby towns.

Hornsea Beach offers a serene and picturesque coastal experience, perfect for a day out or an extended stay.

Plan your visit today to enjoy the natural beauty, recreational activities, and historical charm of this East Yorkshire gem!

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