North Yorkshire is the largest non-metropolitan county in England with around 40% of it being made up of national parks. With that being said, it’s understandable that it is full of incredible places to visit. From the stunning coastline to rolling hills with quaint market towns nestled between. North Yorkshire has a lot to offer.
Roseberry Topping is a staple of North Yorkshire. Famous for its recognisable shape, this hill is a great climb and the nearby village of Great Ayton is worth the visit.
In short, it is a 60-acre purple haven full of different varieties of lavender and herbs waiting for you to discover.
Robin Hoods Bay is a postcard-perfect little town on the North Yorkshire coast. Perfect for a day out at the seaside. Or if you fancy a bit of a hike, walk along the coast to the next village of Ravenscar
York is a great city for a break or a day trip, made even better by the amazing places you can eat and drink around the city. Here are the top 10 recommendations!
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