Filey is a small town between Scarborough and Bridlington, although it was a fishing village, it has a large beach and is a popular tourist resort. Filey has a lot going for it with a good selection of food outlet you will never be short of something to eat. Try the local fish and chips with locally caught fish normally the same day. Filey has a 5 mile sandy beach with all the traditional seaside attractions for all the family. Filey was a former fishing village but is now one of the best seaside destinations around.
Filey Open Air Pool - a small outdoor pool only about 3 inch deep at the most, great for small children. The pool is not heated and has seating all the way around. A small wall sounds the pool which provides a great wind break.
Filey Beach - is a stunning beach which can get quite busy in the summer months. The beach is clean and well looked after mostly sand, when the tide goes out there is plenty of space for all sorts of games such as cricket, rounder’s, a kick about or generally having fun without being overcrowded. Car parking is only a short distance away. The more you walk away from the royal parade towards flamborough the quieter it seems to get. Free toilets can be found at the royal parade and there’s a cafe and ice cream shop also.
Filey Shops - shopping in Filey is a great experience; you will find lots of local shops which sell locally produced products such as handmade gifts, locally sourced food, mementoes etc. Pick up all your seaside essentials when you arrive.
Filey Brigg - is a long narrow peninsula situated about a mile north of Filey, North Yorkshire. In the early 1970s the fields on top of the Brigg were turned into Filey Brigg Country Park. The landward end of the peninsula of Filey Brigg is known as Carr Naze, whilst the long neck of rock at the seaward end is called the Brigg. This is by far the best place to view the natural bay in which Filey sits. It is a gentle and very pleasant walk from the main car park and one that cannot be rushed. In the opposite direction is Scarborough and the monument on top of Oliver’s Mount can be clearly made out in the distance. This is a beautiful spot, no doubt about it.