Flamborough Head is in East Yorkshire, England. North Landing, here, is complemented by……. South Landing, located on the other side of the headland.
From my point of view, the area around here is a premier birdwatching site, especially during the two migration periods. Many rare bird sightings have been made in the vicinity – as they tend to be, on any promontory that sticks out into the sea cutting a migratory route. Of the two ‘landings’, South is the preferred for passerines, as it has the benefit of a scrub lined gulley that gently slopes from the cliff top down to the beach. But South Landing isn’t half as picturesque as North Landing.