Tate Hill is a small, sandy beach, sitting by the harbour wall to the east of the River Esk. It is backed by the fashionable Church Street, with its independent shops that lend great character to this part of the town. Nearby Henrietta Street is home to the world famous Fortunes Kippers. Also, hereabouts you’ll find the 199 steps that lead up to Whitby Abbey from the end of Church Street. This imposing ruin is reputedly where Dracula landed in the famous novel, which has made Whitby a favourite visitor destination for Goths.
Beaches near and far for Yvonne.
On an ancient pier in Whitby.