THE TOWN OF HASTINGS
Hastings bears the name of the Battle that took place 10 miles away from this location on 14th October 1066. It became part of the "rape" that William the Conqueror gave to Robert de Mortain. He built a castle long destroyed except for a few walls.
The Stade is the only existing port in the UK where boats are still drawn onto the beach. A living port in front of an old medieval town, Hastings belongs to the Cinque Ports.
A hidden gem of Sussex that Françoise will help you to discover, walking around the town.
Groups of more than 30 people would require a second guide for this walking tour.