From the strikingly beautiful cliffs of Bempton and Flamborough Head, Bridlington Bay sweeps southwards to the mobile, sandy promontory that is Spurn Point. Holidaymakers and wildlife enthusiasts still flock to the region to enjoy its nature reserves and some of the most spectacular scenery in Britain. This area has a unique history, landscape and heritage, but is also the most rapidly eroding coast in Europe. Within these pages, we take a journey in words and full-colour pictures along the Holderness Coast. Wonder at the high cliffs and sea birds of Bempton and Flamborough, explore the old harbour at Bridlington, visit the seaside at Withernsea, discover the bleak and exposed Spurn Point, and find out about the many towns and villages lost to the North Sea.