A civil parish besides being a town, Bridlington is located in the East Riding of Yorkshire. The place is home to nearly about 36,000 people approximately. Although a small sea fishing port, this place is well known for its shell fish. A major chunk of the town’s economy depends on its export markets for shell fish to France, Spain and Italy, that amounts to several million pounds a year. Besides this the place earns its revenue from tourism, manufacturing, retail as well as service sectors.
This place has historical significance as archaeological evidence shows that the place had civilizations from the Bronze Age and even the Roman Empire. Some of the hot spots of this place are Bridlington Priory, Bridlington's War memorial, and The Spa Pavilion.
As far as the education of its residents is concerned the place is home to several primary and secondary schools as well as colleges to provide further education down the line.
In matters of transportation the place is well connected with England via railway lines as well as highways that allows for easy and hassle free transport from one place to another. So if you are looking for a quiet and peaceful holiday, you can easily check out this place.