The Local Area
An extremely picturesque route with some superb views of the Brede Valley, Doleham and Westfield – The panoramic view from the track leading down to Lower Snaylham is worth doing this route for alone! Much of the route includes part of the 1066 Country Walk and 1066 Hastings Walk.
Find out more & plan your route here: www.footpathmap.co.uk
Hastings Country Park
Hastings Country Park covers 345 hectares, just east of Hastings in England. Sandstone cliffs, glens covered with gorse and trees, footpaths, nature trails, picnic areas and ample car parking are some of the features at this beautiful country park. Car parking fees apply between 8am-4pm, 7 days per week. £2.50 for 2 hours, £3.50 for 8 hours. Free after 4pm.
Hastings Old Town
The old town is known for its picturesque streets, quaint buildings, and fascinating history, which dates back over a thousand years. Explore the narrow cobbled streets, browse the independent shops, and enjoy a wide variety of cafes, restaurants, and pubs. It is also home to a number of cultural attractions, including art galleries, museums, and a vibrant music scene. With its unique character and timeless appeal, Hastings Old Town is a must-see destination for anyone visiting the area.
St Clements Caves
St Clements Caves are located on the West Hill in Hastings, East Sussex. Since 1989 the caves have been home to the “Smugglers Adventure” tourist attraction which tells the story of smuggling on the South Coast of England 200 years ago. A great child-friendly attraction for families.
East Hill Cliff Railway
East Hill Cliff Railway is a funicular railway located in Hastings. It provides access to Hastings Country Park via the East Hill. The line provides views over The Stade, home to the largest beach-launched fishing fleet in Europe. The trip up is very quick, so it is probably only worthwhile if you plan to go for a walk at the top of the cliffs to enjoy the incredible views.