Something for the Weekend
Walks in 1066 Country
This walk links two of the ancient towns of Sussex along tracks and paths that have been in use for generations.
It is one of the most picturesque and historic routes in the South-East of England and reflects the changing coastline and the threat of war, a stretch of sea that has long been England’s defence against invasion.
It is the same coastline that saw the growth of smuggling and there was money to be made along wide expanse and easy beaches at Pett Level and the many coves and inlets that line the cliffs from Hastings.
Two walks, one easier and the other more challenging, with pubs along the way and a bus to get you back to Hastings.
Author: David Clarke
Publisher: History Walks