Geography Of Bridlington
Bridlington is one of the famous seaside town situated in the East Riding Of Yorkshire. It is just 31 km from unitary authoraty. From South east of Scarbrough it is 26 km far. It is only 288 km far from north side of London. The houses are built of brick or stone, often with red pantiled roofs, in narrow, steep streets, on both sides of the river. Gypsey Race river has made the town look beautiful. Bridlington is an ideal place to go for the day, weekend or for a holiday with the kids or for peace and quiet. The town ranges in elevation from sea level at the beaches to 167 feet on Bempton Lane on the outskirts.
Moreover, It is 39 km far from north side of Kingston Upon Hull.
Further north of Bridlington lies the differing seaside resorts. This is Edwardian Filey 10 miles to the north with is 4 miles of golden sands and Filey Bigg shelthering the bay.
The major town of Scarborough with its all the fun of the fair, ice cream parlours and different attractions along side it beach and harbourside lies 18 miles up the coast.