Filey Sands Beach

Place Category: Beaches

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  • Filey is a historic Victorian fishing and Edwardian seaside resort. The town is a wonderfully restful seaside base with miles of sandy beaches, local linx golf courses, gardens, birdwatching, walking, fishing, diving, surfing and sailing are all popular in the area.

    Five miles of beautiful sandy beach: Filey sands, Muston sands, Hunmanby sands, Reighton sands, Speeton sands.

    Families with younger children may want to stay close to the town but those with older children may want to head North to Filey Brigg which has some good rock pools and caves to explore.

    Filey Museum explores the town’s fishing heritage and local history.

    Facilities include toilets, cafes, shops, beach huts, deck chairs, lifeguard service on this beach in the main summer season.

    Filey Sands Beach has dog restrictions. Dogs are restricted to areas of the beach.


  • Tide Times & Heights for Filey Bay on 21st February 2017

    06:07 - Low Tide (2.69m)
    12:18 - High Tide (4.77m)
    18:49 - Low Tide (2.62m)

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