Scarborough is one of the all time great seaside towns. As you arrive you know that there is something special about Scarborough, its vibrant atmosphere is only matched by its great range of things to do. You could venture down to the seafront to enjoy the traditional amusement arcades, ice cream parlours, shellfish stalls and beach huts. Or enjoy a day on the award winning beach with historic harbour. Founded in about 966 AD Scarborough is rich in history with its castle perched high above the North and South Bays, and a town which is proud to be Britain's first seaside resort. You will be sure of a great day out.
Scarborough town is a small compact town full of character and history. In the town you will find a selection of shops, fill with local produce and handmade gifts a good selection of cafes and restaurants can be found.
Peasholme Park is open all year round and most of all it is free to use. In the park you will find boats to hire, traditional rowing boats and canoes but pedaloes with dragon heads are available too. During the tourist season you will find two cafes where hot and cold drinks can be purchased and, of course, ice cream, plus sandwiches and full meals if wanted. Bring your own picnic and enjoy the stunning gardens and views.
Alpamare Waterpark, Scarborough’s £14 million waterpark in North Yorkshire.. Open all year round with all sorts of attractions for all ages including a huge wave pool that erupts every 30 mins. A plash pool and play area are available. You will also find a spa in the wellness centre with sauna baths and jet pools.
Scarborough beach provides the perfect day out by the sea for all the family. Scarborough is divided into two bays – North Bay and South Bay – by the Castle Headland. Both of the bays have really good beaches. The south bay beach is full of attractions and entertainment. North side of Scarborough is somewhat quite in comparison. The harbour has pleasure streamers taking visitors on trips up and down the coast and other boats.
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