Focus on Filey
Filey is a traditional Victorian English seaside town with a friendly atmosphere. A perfect place for those who want an active holiday, or for those who just prefer to relax with the restful background of fishermen mending their nets.
The five-mile stretch of award winning sandy beach is protected by the rocky grandeur of Filey Brigg, a haven for a variety of birds and wildlife. All generations of families can enjoy the nature trail along the Brigg as they explore the many rock pools in search of sea creatures. Surfing, fishing, yachting, golf, walking and bird watching are just a few of the activities, which are here to be enjoyed.
To complement the towns natural heritage, there are many award winning gardens to stroll through and while away your time especially along the elegant Crescent.
The colourful history of Filey can be viewed by paying a visit to the local museum. Delve into the past and experience recreations of rural life, covering all aspects of Filey's past and present.
Each year Filey hosts an Edwardian Festival. A week long look at life in bygone days. Strawberry teas served by ladies in period costume, Punch and Judy shows, barrel organs, brass bands and processions will take you back in time.
Entertainment is mainly provided within the Evron Centre where music, song, dance and theatre are on offer. Afterwards you can visit one of the many restaurants or local hostelries and enjoy the superb cuisine.