Saltburn by the sea on the Yorkshire Coast at Dawn. A Victorian Quaker town built in 1861. Today it is a popular tourist destination. Along with tourism this Yorkshire town attracts surfers to the area. Saltburn also hosts numerous surfing competitions near the recently renovated Victorian pier, one of the last surviving in the UK. The golden beach here runs from the Ship Inn and old smugglers museum, all the way to Paddy’s Hole at the mouth of the River Tees, on the very edge of the county of North Yorkshire. Saltburn like many of the coastal Yorkshire towns is seeing an increase in tourism which is helped by investment and improvements to the sea front.