Some visit Whitby simply to experience a slice of Victorian seaside splendour, where the long-golden beach is best experienced with an ice cream cone in hand and afternoon tea is still served in the quaint teahouses. Others come to visit the ruins of Whitby Abbey ,which inspired Bram Stoker's Dracula, or Captain Cook Memorial Museum.

    If sightseeing isn't your thing, how about hitting the surf to practise your pop up, saddling up to go horse riding along the beach or chartering a yacht and skipper for a day out on the ocean?

    Where & what to eat in Whitby

    • 10 Places Locals Love to Eat in Whitby

      Whitby is a quaint fishing port on Yorkshire's blustery east coast, so it's not surprising that seafood features heavily on many restaurant menus. The town is famous for its award-winning fish and chips, made with locally caught cod and haddock. Traditional beachside cafés are plentiful in Whitby, where you can feast on cream teas, indulgent slices of cake and...

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