Flamborough Village is very popular as a holiday destination during the summer months due to its holiday camps, such as Thornwick and Sea Farm Holiday Centre, and Greenacres Caravan Park.
Flamborough Head is a promontory of 8 miles on the Yorkshire coast of England, between the holiday towns of Filey and Bridlington on the coast of the North Sea. It is a high chalk headland, with very sheer white cliffs full of caves and with many seabirds nesting.
The St Oswald Church is located within the village and was ruled in 1966 by English Heritage as a Grade II* listed building. Flamborough village centre contains as number of well worth visiting shops and pubs. The Old Dog and Duck is at Dog and Duck Square, opposite the now defunct shop previously known as the “Patisserie Belge” which in fact sold a wide variety of goods other than those normally found in a patisserie.