A new guide to encourage visitors to book now for destination spots in Bridlington and the East Coast for 2021 has been produced.
Visit East Yorkshire (VEY), who have created the guide, is looking forward to welcoming visitors back to popular East Coast towns, resorts and attractions when it is safe to do so.
The launch of the guide coincides with the Great Bridlington 2021 campaign, which looks to encourage families and ‘empty nesters’ to plan a visit to the area once restrictions have been eased.
Councillor Shaun Horton, the portfolio holder for coastal regeneration and tourism, including leisure and culture at East Riding of Yorkshire Council, said: “We are delighted to have produced this guide as it is a handy reminder to everyone that, once it is safe to do so, we have a treasure trove of local destinations for visitors to book and enjoy in 2021.
“We value our tourist spots in Bridlington and the East Coast, and as such, it is vital that we inspire future visitors and continue to raise awareness of our wonderful coastal offer, which will be vital in rebuilding the local visitor economy.”
The guide features an array of attractions, including Sewerby Hall and Gardens, Bridlington Spa, East Riding Leisure Bridlington, Burton Agnes Hall and John Bull World of Rock.
It also shows the world of potential adventures to be had at coastal attractions such as Flamborough Living Seas Centre, RSPB Bempton Cliffs, Spurn Point and Hornsea Mere, along with showcasing the coast as a perfect place for walking, cycling, horse riding, beach sports and golf.
The free Bridlington and East Yorkshire Coast 2021 guide is available to order by potential visitors to the area and can be done so at https://www.visiteastyorkshire.co.uk/visitor-information/brochures-and-maps
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