Bempton Cliffs is a nature reserve run by the RSPB located between Filey and Bridlington. Bempton Cliffs is rich with wildlife and has been designated as a special area of conservation. Bempton Cliffs offers some spectacular walks along the cliff edge and there are a large amount of impressive caves that have been eroded in to the chalk by the sea.
Bempton Cliffs run for about 10km from Flamborough Head north towards Filey. At certain points the cliffs are over 100 metres high. There are plenty of observation points along the cliffs for any brid watchers out there and most of the cliffs are fenced for safety. The cliffs are covered with all kinds of sea birds including Gannets, Kittiwakes, Guillemots and Puffins.
I will get around to visiting the Flamborough Head lighthouses and Danes Dyke at some point but I actually have not visited these as yet. I will expand this article and the photos when I have done so.
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Wikipedia - Bempton Cliffs
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