Back in the 18th century, the fishing village of Saltburn by the Sea (to give it its full title) was well-known for its smuggling activities. Transformation came with the arrival of the railway, and the Victorian zeal for seaside towns was played out in full at Saltburn, which still features Italian Gardens, quirky cliff tramway and exciting miniature railway. But there's also a vibrant, contemporary air to the town, which is making a new name for itself as an arts, culture, food and surfing destination for all.
With the last remaining pier in Yorkshire, an authentic Victorian charm and a hustling promenade lined with activities for the whole family, Saltburn promises it's visitors an authentic seaside experience with an atmosphere like no other.
Stroll along the beautiful beach, begin a section of the iconic Cleveland Way trail, explore the quirky hidden gems nestled within the lovely Victorian town and wander your way into the famous Seaview restaurant for some well deserved fish and chips.