12 photographs that capture the true beauty of Filey
17:58 20 February 2017
Filey lies inbetween Scarborough and Flamborough on the Yorkshire Coast.
Filey Bay from Speeton by John Hart
Filey Beach Sandstorm by Laura Parkinson
Filey Brigg by John Paddock
Filey Brigg by Lukas Nalazek
Filey Brigg by Paul Clubley
Filey Brigg in Springtime by Kevin Bailey
Gala time in Filey by Julie Taylor
Looking towards Filey by Rebecca Brookes
Misty morning in the park at Filey by Diane Reed
Seal on Filey Brigg by Rebecca Brookes
Sunrise off Filey Brigg by Chris Hardaker
View to Filey by Philip Whiteoak
Originally a fishing village, Filey became a popular tourist destination, partly due to the six miles of sandy beaches.
The most famous landmark of Filey is undoubtedly the Brigg, the narrow headland juts out into the North Sea that has been designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest.
The views from the top of Filey Brigg are breathtaking and if you’re lucky, you can spot a wide range of wildlife on the rocks.
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