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Head to Robin Hood’s Bay this winter and discover Yorkshire's dramatic coast in a new way.
Yorkshire is great for just getting away and rejuvenating yourself with some bracing winter sea air, perfect for a romantic walk or with a group of friends.Discover the quaint fishing village of Robin Hood’s Bay and the hidden cove of Boggle Hole. Explore the rock pools and the Jurassic Coastline for hidden treasures of fossils and sea life.When the tide is out, for the next few hours you can make it all the way to Boggle Hole, named due to the legend that is was haunted by the boggle or ‘goblin’. After warming up with hot drinks, return to Robin Hood’s Bay via the beach or over the cliff tops, with panoramic views up and down the coast.
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