I love beaches. Soft sand beneath my feet. Blue waters. And although the weather often doesn’t play ball, I do like the quaint and British-ness of a English seaside. So finally after 3 years of living up north in York, I took a trip over to Scarborough to see the sea.
A lovely, town with a couple of classic shops, there was a slight bustle and lovely crisp air when we went to visit.
It’s quite a beautiful seaside and although it was very breezy with a few grey clouds and dribble of rain (classic British coastline), we had a lovely day just wandering round, taking some scenic shots of the sea!
We avoided the tram and worked our legs a bit going up and down the stairs between the town and the beach.
A classic on any British seaside, the 2p machines, slots and claw grabber machines. Going mid-week, and not the best weather, the place was pretty dead so we didn’t really go in, but for those into that stuff!
We took a stroll up the hill to the Castle with some really gorgeous views over the sea and the town and the weather even brightened up a bit for us too!
And of course you can’t really take a trip to a British beach without contributing to the many Fish ‘N Chippy sales and gorging on those ever so amazing Fish&Chip Shop Chips! And I can say you won’t be short of choice for fish&chips or the occasional ice cream or two!
Has anyone ever visited Scarborough seaside? Or any other British beach? Where’s your favourite?