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Redcar beach and the surrounding area has everything you’ll ever need for the perfect family holiday or couple’s getaway and all within easy reach, with beaches you can wander along for miles to Kirkleatham Museum’s nationally important treasures, Redcar has a lot for you to discover.

Why not spend a sunny day building castles on the vast sands of Redcar Beach before grabbing a famous lemon-top ice cream as a sweet treat? Or head along Redcar Esplanade to Majuba Beach, a favourite spot for dog walkers, horse riders, kite surfers and even music festival goers.

Whatever you fancy, the coast around Redcar has something for everyone.

Whether you prefer to relax or experience new adventures, there’s plenty of things to do in Redcar that will intrigue, entertain and interest you, from the wildlife of Kirkleatham Owl Centre, to the wildfowl found at Coatham Nature Reserve and even the world’s oldest lifeboat which weathered many wild seas.

Rain or shine, Redcar will keep you entertained for hours, days and weeks at a time.


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