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Redcar offers everything you'll need for the perfect family holiday, weekend visit or couple's getaway. The gorgeous stretches of sandy beaches provide the perfect setting for a wide range of outdoor activities for all ages.
There's plenty of entertainment to be discovered in both the heart of the town and along the seafront, from classic arcades to scheduled events such as music festivals – you can even enjoy a famous lemon top ice-cream if you’re looking for a treat.
TransPennine Express trains serve Redcar and Saltburn as well as a Northern Rail service connecting to Darlington.
Redcar and the surrounding area is well connected by a local bus network. Find out more about route planning and timetable information.
There’s plenty of choice for shopping in Redcar, with a wide range of High Street brands, specialty shops and gift shops stocked with everything you might need on your visit.
Towards the east of Redcar High Street you can find a lively weekly market each Friday, featuring local independent vendors offering a variety of goods and produce.
No trip to the seaside is complete without fish and chips - luckily, Oliver's Fish and Chips offers some of the best seafood dishes on the whole of the North-East coast. If you're looking for a sweet treat Gabrielle's is the place for you, serving everything from pancakes to ice-cream sundaes, including traditional lemon tops.
Just off the coast you'll also find Armando's, serving Italian favourites such as pizza and pasta, with much more available on the menu. Bengal Spice brings the taste of Indian food to Redcar, offering both sit in and take out options.
For further food and drink inspiration, visit Enjoy Redcar and Cleveland.
Redcar's vast stretch of beach is perfect for a wide range of outdoor activities. Enjoy a leisurely stroll with the soft sand between your toes, feel the rush of sailing alongside the waves with land kite surfing, or brave the ocean itself whilst swimming, surfing, or sailing. When the tide's out it's a perfect opportunity to go rock pooling or enjoy some traditional bucket-and-spade fun.
Redcar is perfect for walking and cycling and is proud to be included in 3 nationally recognised walking routes; the Cleveland Way, England Coast Path and the Tees Link - a brilliant way to explore the area at your own pace.
The Redcar has everything you’ll need for the perfect family holiday or couple’s getaway and all within easy reach. The Beacon provides an incredible view of the town as well as the beautiful beach from 80ft above the ground, while the new cinema, The Regent offers endless entertainment with films for all ages. Whether you prefer to relax or experience new adventures, there’s plenty of things to do that will intrigue, entertain and interest you. Visit the world’s oldest lifeboat at the Zetland Lifeboat Museum, discover the area’s history at Kirkleatham Museum and Kirkleatham’s Walled Garden or experience a flutter at Redcar Racecourse.
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