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Haven Holiday Parks in Yorkshire - Self Catering Family Holiday Parks

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Yorkshire Coastal Resorts

Nothing beats the timeless appeal of the seaside. Golden beaches, majestic cliffs and Great British resorts. Scarborough, Bridlington and Cleethorpes bustle with life; Whitby is a historic port and Filey and Hornsea are traditional favourites and proud to stay that way. Yorkshire glories in one of the finest stretches of coastline in Britain: golden beaches, rocky coves and towering cliffs. Bridlington and award winning Scarborough are major resorts with new 'seaside style' and further north, Whitby is a picturesque fishing port and inspiration for Bram Stoker's Dracula. Filey and Hornsea are traditional favourites and proud to stay that way, while Staithes and Robin Hood's Bay are quieter havens.

Eleven Yorkshire seaside resorts were awarded with the ENCAMS Seaside Award in 2003 whilst Bridlington North, Cleethorpes Central, Scarborough North Bay and Whitby West Cliff all achieved Blue Flag status.

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Heritage Coast

Yorkshire's heritage coast runs the length of the North York Moors National Park, as far as the old smuggling village of Saltburn. The coastline is a dramatic one of rugged cliffs dotted with small fishing villages.The Cleveland Way National Trail runs the entire length of the heritage coast, and provides breathtaking walking along the cliffs. Whitby is the historical cultural centre of the Yorkshire heritage coast and is home to Whitby Abbey, established in 657 AD by St. Hilda. Whitby Abbey is also famous as the place where Bram Stoker's Count Dracula landed when he first came to England.

The cliffs around Whitby provide another of Whitby's historic treasures, the rich black rock - "jet". Jet has been mined and carved around this area for centuries.

Towering cliffs, sweeping golden bays and tiny fishing villages make up this historic coastline. Sheltered in narrow ravines, the villages of Robin Hoods Bay, Runswick Bay and Staithes all owe their existence to the fishing industry, a harvest that has provided a livelihood for many generations. The tiny cottages and winding streets all add to the unique character of the area.

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Yorkshire Dales National Park

The Yorkshire Dales offers a priceless gift and a landscape to be carefully enjoyed for generations to come. The beauty of the Dales is well known. It is an area of many moods. It can be described as wild, expansive, tranquil, charming and, at times, even awesome. However you wish to describe it, the Dales unquestionably includes some of the finest upland scenery in the country, making it the perfect place to enjoy, whatever the season. The most popular trademark of the area is the network of dry stone walls, marking ancient field boundaries. Although this is a dying art, expert wallers still hold contests in the Dales, attracting visitors from miles around.

Timeless landscapes beckon the visitor to sample. From Arkengarthdale in the north to Wharfedale in the south, majestic scenery is the setting for picturesque villages, bustling market towns, caves, castles and rivers

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North York Moors National Park

A sense of space and solitude marks the North York Moors, where ridge upon ridge of heather moorland roll into the purple distance. The deep secret valleys, which cut the plateau, come almost as a surprise and the warmth of their red-roofed villages gives pleasing contrast to the upland seclusion.

Discover the grandeur of stately homes and the majestic ruins of abbeys and castles. Take a trip through the moors on North Yorkshire Moors steam railway or visit the excellent museums of rural life.

The four market towns of Helmsley, Kirbymoorside, Malton and Pickering are steeped in tradition and have remained unspoiled through generations. The villages of the moors are like stepping back in time with their beautiful architecture and warm hospitality.

Alternatively a wide range of active outdoor recreation is available from hang gliding to sailing, walking to horse riding.

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Park District National Park

Only 5 miles from the city centre of Sheffield, the Peak District National Park has a unique landscape of Millstone Grit with heather moorland and desolate blanket bogs, one of the world's rarest habitats.

For the visitor there are many kinds of countryside to explore - from remote wind blown tops to tranquil dales, from hard rock edges to traditional flower rich hay meadows, from great show caves to gentle river valleys.

The Derwent and Howden Moors are important historic landscapes lying above Ladybower and Howden Reservoirs. Deeply incised by many spectacular cloughs or valleys in which run fast-flowing streams, the moors are important for upland breeding birds and stands of relict woodland

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Cities

Shop, eat, drink and party in world-class style at Yorkshire's urban delights. Yorkshire is stylish with a capital S. The big city buzz of Leeds, Hull, York, Bradford and Sheffield whisks us to another world. Street smart, sassy�hot on the arts, eating out, shopping, clubbing, live music, seeing and being seen, their renaissance means another new face for Yorkshire. So much so that Leeds was voted the 2003 �Favourite British City of the Year' by the readers of the Conde Nast's prestigious Traveller Magazine.

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