Robin Hood’s BayFylingdales , United Kingdom
Robin Hood’s Bay
In this online camera you can get acquainted with the picturesque small village of Robin Hood’s Bay, located in the North York Moors National Park.
The live broadcast shows a fantastic place with a sandy beach, rock pools and ancient fossils.
Report a mistake!
<iframe width="720" height="410" style="border:0" webkitallowfullscreen="true" scrolling="no" mozallowfullscreen="true" allowfullscreen="true" src="https://balticlivecam.com/cameras/united-kingdom/fylingdales/robin-hoods-bay/?embed"></iframe><div>Broadcast is powered by <a href="https://balticlivecam.com/cameras/united-kingdom/fylingdales/robin-hoods-bay/">Baltic Live Cam</a></div>
Nowadays, Robin Hood’s Bay, which is visible online, is a bustling village with many cafes, pubs, restaurants, small shops and interesting places where you can take coastal and country walks or cycle.
The center of the town, whose coastal views are well demonstrated in a live camera, is built up with old two-story houses with red brick roofs, located on narrow streets.
Walking along Robin Hood’s Bay in this online camera, it is interesting to go down to the harbor, which in the past served as a haven for smugglers.
Visit Robin Hood’s Bay in the live feed at low tide period, it's nice to stroll along the rocky seabed with ancient fossils.
North York Moors National Park
Founded in 1952, North York Moors National Park with Robin Hood’s Bay, demonstrated in this webcam, is located in North Yorkshire, northeast England. On this area there are the largest heather swamps in the UK. Moors territory is 1 436 km2.
North York Moors National Park, part of which is shown online, has three basic landscape types: forests (oaks, ash, birch and mountain ash), picturesque green hills, moorlands and swamps. It is thanks to heather the local area has a reddish, bluish or purple color. The largest of the park valleys is Eskdale, where the River Esk flows.
The sloping hilltops in Moors covered with heather change its color from season to season. Marshy peatlands where birds live and quiet secluded valleys with lonely standing farms create a unique atmosphere of peace. With the advent of spring, the valleys come back to life and are covered with yellow daffodils. Towards the end of the summer season, heathlands are dressed in a lilac outfit, creating a spectacular sight.
Watch other interesting Baltic Live Cam webcams from the UK - Dymchurch beach, most popular beach of the English town of Lyme Regis, Torquay Harbour, Tower Bridge in London, Carbis Bay in St. Ives, Old Birnbeck Pier, View of city of Watchet, Hampton Court Village.