Clockwise from top left: Watersports on Redcar Beach. The Saltburn Cliff Tramway. Kirkleatham Museum. Sunset behind Roseberry Topping on the Cleveland Way. Zetland Lifeboat Museum & Heritage Centre. Gisborough Priory.
There is a great range of coastline and wide open spaces accessible in the area, with eight miles of sandy beaches stretching from South Gare to Saltburn-by-the-Sea, plus a wide range of outdoor pursuits to take part in from surfing and boogie boarding to windsurfing, sailing and fishing. Here, you’ll find Saltburn Surf School, which is the only surf school on the east coast approved by Surfing Great Britain and the International Surfing Association. If you’re spoilt for choice between dramatic coastline and heather moorland – don’t be. The Cleveland Way is the perfect trail to make sure you get to see it all! This 110-mile walking route follows the fantastic scenery of the North York Moors National Park all the way up to Saltburn-by-the-Sea. You can’t venture to this part of the world without visiting Redcar Racecourse and taking in some top-quality racing. The unique atmosphere created here, coupled with excellent facilities, guarantees that you’ll have a truly memorable day out.