A new holiday brochure for 2019 has been launched which encourages visitors to explore and enjoy Bridlington, Hornsea, Withernsea and the East Coast.
Produced by Visit Hull & East Yorkshire (VHEY), 30,000 copies of the guide are available for free at East Riding tourist information centres in Beverley, Bridlington and at the Humber Bridge.
They can also be requested online at www.visitbrid.com or found at tourist information centres further afield in Yorkshire and across the country.
VHEY, as part of its commitment to create a strong identity for Bridlington and the East Coast, has a digital marketing campaign which invites online visitors to interact with them on social media and help spread the word of the area.
Councillor Richard Burton, portfolio holder for leisure, tourism and culture at East Riding of Yorkshire of Council, said: “East Yorkshire’s stunning coastline offers diverse experiences for the thousands of visitors it attracts every year.
“We don’t want people to miss out on the picturesque scenery we are proud to boast about at various locations, so we want to encourage visitors to pick up this fantastic free guide and take their adventures from there.”
The guide is also packed with information about events and festivals along with points of interest at tourist attractions such as Sewerby Hall and Gardens, Bridlington Spa, East Riding Leisure Bridlington, Burton Agnes Hall and John Bull World of Rock.
The East coast is covered too, with adventures suggested at places such as Flamborough Living Seas Centre, RSPB Bempton Cliffs, Spurn Point and Hornsea Mere. Visitors are promised great places for walking, cycling, horse riding, beach sports and sky diving.
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