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Filey is a seaside town in North Yorkshire.
- From York take the A64.
- From the South/Midlands. Use the M62. Leave at Howden, take the A614 to Bridlington, then the A165.
- Since the town is on a cliff. Parking by the sea is limited. There is more roadside parking in Church Ravine at the north end of the beach. If full, try the country park which has a path down to the beach.
- A regular travel news service is provided by Yorkshire Coast Radio (96.2FM)
- Coble Landing. Since Filey has no harbour, fishing boats are towed by tractor from the sea to the landing.
- Filey Museum.
- Filey Brigg. is the main landmark and a site of special scientific interest. Walk along the beach to the end but remember to return 2 hours before high tide or you will get cut off. Alternatively, walk along the top of the Filey Brigg. There is a section of the car park in the Country Park next to where the clif path starts.
- Crescent Gardens maze.
- Sterchi's, Murray Street. Handmade chocolates, since the 1920s.
- Inghams. High quality fish and chip shop, you will struggle to find anything better (expect long queues).
- Grape Cafe. A nice cafe with a vinery inside.
- The Three Tuns
- The Imperial
- The Buccaneer
- The Foords Hotel
- The Star Inn
- The Crown
- The Station
- The Grapes
- The Coble Landing Bar
- Scarborough (to the North), and Bridlington (to the South) are other towns worth visiting on this popular stretch of coast.
- Hunmanby A small village 2 miles inland.