Just to the west of Hastings, this seaside town is best known for its fine Regency architecture and vast shingle beach. It is located on England’s South Coast, in the county of East Sussex, and was originally designed in the 19th century, as a new town of elegant housing for the wealthy. The shore runs east, into Hastings, and west, toward Bexhill. Backed by a promenade and divided by wooden groynes, it is the perfect place to sunbathe or swim. There are a variety of places to eat and drink on the seafront, including Goat Ledge, in front of Warrior Square Gardens, which serves good coffee and vegetarian dishes. Graze on Grand is a popular spot for a drink at sunset, while La Bella Vista is an excellent Italian restaurant on Grand Parade, overlooking the beach.
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