Hastings is an historic town in the county of East Sussex, made famous for its connection with the battle of Hasting in 1066, although the actual site of the battle was Senlac Hill. Hastings was once a significant port, but its main industry is now mainly fishing and tourism.
Hastings is a town in East Sussex, famous for its connection with the battle of Hasting in 1066, although the actual site of the battle was Senlac Hill, some 8 miles north of Hastings.
The castle in the town became the headquarters of William the Conqueror. However, most of Hastings Castle was lost to sea erosion with the only parts to remain being the Arch and underground dungeons.
Hastings is an attractive town with fine architecture and a very well conserved Old Town. Once a significant port, its main industry now is fishing and tourism.
Some of the most famous and significant tourist attractions in Hasting include; Hastings Castle, the St Clements Caves, Hastings Museum & Art Gallery, and Hastings Country Park.
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