Robin Hoods Bay
Between the port of Whitby and Scarborough on the Yorkshire Coast, Robin Hoods Bay is nestled into the bank side. Like many of the fishing villages on the coast it has a smuggling heritage when Tea, gin, brandy, rum and tobacco were smuggled in from the continent to avoid the duty. The village itself is a maze of alley ways and passages and its is believed that the houses were joined by a labyrinth of underground tunnels. Today Robin Hood Bayis a very popular tourist destination with visitors arrive from all over the world Staying in Robin Hoods Bay hotels and Guest houses. The Cleveland Way National Trail intersects the village here passing through Hayburn Wyke and Boggle Hole on the way from Filey.