Robin Hoods Bay, Whitby and The Moors
On this full day bus tour you will have the opportunity to see multiple landscapes on the outskirts of York. You will depart from Leeman Roas Coach Stop A to North Yorkshire Moors, Pickering, Hole of Horcum and many other places, always with a local guide. You will finish at the same starting point.
- Enjoy the iconic landscapes of the Moors.
- Experience Robin Hoods Bay, a legendary fishing village.
- Meet the church of St Peters and St Pauls.
Leeman Roas Coach Stop A
Leeman Roas Coach Stop A
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The tour will depart at 9 AM from Leeman Road Coach Stop A, York, YO1 6FZ. The pick-up point is located in the heart of York, less than 2 minutes 'walk from York Train Station and less than 5 minutes' walk from York Minster.
You will leave York eastbound to the edge of North Yorkshire Moors. The first stop is the picturesque town of Pickering. Here you can explore the historic Church of San Pedro and San Pablo and discover the incredible medieval murals that adorn the nave of the Church.
Then, you will go to the landscape of páramos, forged by nature and modeled by humans. You will make a brief stop to take pictures in the famous Hole of Horcum. Continue to the famous smuggling village of Robin Hoods Bay. You will have approximately 1 hour to descend the steep and narrow path where you will find the North Sea.
A short tour takes you to the historic city of Whitby. This ancient port was once famous for fishing, whaling and is where Captain Cook sailed to discover Australia. Here you will have 1 hour and a half to explore the famous Abbey linked to Bram Stokers Drácula and have lunch in one of the many fish and chips shops.
After leaving Whitby you will cross the entire width of the park. There will be plenty of photo stops as you discover why this landscape was designated a national park. The high heather moors are interspersed with deep valleys carved during the ice ages thousands of years ago.
You will end the day with a relaxing stop in the stunning village of Hutton le Hole. This village is made of stone houses linked to the wool industry of the area and many date back to the 17th century. From Hutton Le Hole you will travel through back roads and rolling landscapes and pretty villages, depending on the weather we can see York Mister 14 miles away and the Sheriff Hutton Castle Ruins before arriving in York. You will finish the tour at the same meeting point.
Tour Tickets (may vary by date)
|Adults (P/P)||38.00 (GBP)|
|Children (from 6 to 15 years old)||32.00 (GBP)|
- Tour transportation.
You can cancel 48 hours before departure and receive a full refund. After 48 hours no refund will be issued.