To the north can be seen the picturesque Flamborough Headland; stretching away to the south, the golden sands of the Holderness coast. Hornsea beach is the start or finishing point for the Trans Pennine Trail which passes close to Hornsea Mere, the largest freshwater lake in Yorkshire.
Sand Shingle Mud
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The tide at Hornsea Beach is currently falling. Low tide will be at approximately 9:39 AM, and the next high tide will be at approximately 3:43 PM.
Today's air pollution levels are forecast to be Low
Approximate sea surface temperature: 7.2°CDetailed weather and tides »
That Filey Feeling
From £234.00 per week at Sykes Cottages
From £202.00 per week at Sykes Cottages
The Blue Bell
From £2175.00 per week at Sykes Cottages
From £430.00 per week at Sykes Cottages
From £230.00 per week at Sykes Cottages
The White House
From £225.00 per week at Sykes Cottages
Floral Hall Cafe (210 yards)
All distances are approximate
around 10 miles north-northwest as the seagull flies, around 14 miles by road.
Location type: Town
OS Grid: TA209478
Local Authority: East Riding of Yorkshire
Nearest postcode: HU18 1QA
(for sat-nav purposes only, a beach does not have a postal address!)
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