Robin Hood’s Bay is steeped in history and even has a smugglers’ tunnel running right under the village. It’s also part of the “Dinosaur Coast” and considered to be a geological wonderland. However, families are also attracted here, usually to be found on the sandy parts of the beach. The narrow, winding access road draws you down to the beach and the town is now a popular visitor location, with many holiday homes. There are good local pubs and restaurants in the area, as well as moorings for small boats.
The pull of the horizon for Jo.
On the beach at Robin Hood’s Bay.