Hastings is a traditional seaside resort famed for it's fresh fish and is home to the country's largest beach based fishing fleet. Take time out to visit the fishing huts and the fishermens' museum.
Hastings has all the traditional attractions of a seaside resort; amusements, fun fair, miniature railway,crazy golf etc but offers a lot more besides.You can visit Underwater World or Smugglers Advenure or take the West Hill Cliff Railway to visit the castle ruins. Alexendra Park with its beautiful lake is a great place for a picnic if you don't fancy the beach.
The Old Town and George Street offer an eclectic mix of bars, restaurants, cafes and inns which sit alongside art galleries and a variety of unique shops. The Town also boasts two theatres: The White Rock and The Stables.
Further afield you can find golf clubs at Battle and Sedlescombe and water sports at Bewl Water or Rye.
South East England combines the highest average daytime temperatures found in the British Isles with the highest sunshine averages on the British mainland.
The coast has consistently more sunshine than the inland areas: sea breezes, blowing off the sea, tend to clear any cloud from the coast. Hastings is bordered to the East by Rye and to the West by Bexhill and Eastbourne.