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Five kilometres of beaches, a first-class waterfront promenade and a colourful programme of museums, galleries and family destinations make Hastings a popular holiday destination on the UK coast. You can rent a stylish holiday apartment or an apartment located directly in the old town, by the sea, at the fishing port or on the edge of green areas such as Alexandra Park. Travel groups will also find excellent retreats at the pier or in Hastings Country Park. You reside either in a well-kept chalet, an exclusive lodge or a romantic coastal house.
Vacation in Hastings
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Between Folkestone and Eastburne, this attractive harbour town in the county of East Sussex stretches directly along the Strait of Dover. With 90,000 inhabitants, the metropolis offers first-class infrastructure, a lively pier, a wide range of sights and leisure activities.
Every year, around 35,000 language travellers visit the city to improve their English skills.
Top 3 travel tips
On the outskirts, just off the coast, are the remains of Hastings Castle. The castle belonged to William the Conqueror in 1060 and served as a defensive structure. Today you will be sent on a journey through time with the help of a video and can explore the impressive remains of the Wall.2nd unforgettable adventure
In the St. Clemens Caves you enter gigantic caves, which were formed 14,000 years before Christ in the ice age. An exciting day for the whole family awaits you here. Deep underground, you'll go on a search for the smuggler Hairy Jack, meet eerie characters, listen to ghost stories and solve the smuggler quiz.3. Insights into fishing
The Hastings Fishermen's Museum, dedicated to local fishing, is located on the pier in a former fishermen's church. Inside you will learn everything about the history of traditional seafaring, about the everyday life of fishermen and you can visit ship models or enter the last dinghy from the year 1912.