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Well worth a visit, especially if you are an English Heritage member. You can walk along the spit to the castle. Alternatively there is a little ferry operating (not year round).
Hurst castle was built by Henry the 8th and is at the end of a 1.5 mile shingle spit. It can be a tiring walk but you can get a boat back - check timings!
Great views, good museum and historical buildings from Tudor times right through to the second world war. Walk along Hurst shingle spit or take the ferry from Keyhaven
The castle is an ancient fortress that sticks out into the Solent. The Beach walk here is awesome. Or go by boat from Keyhaven. You can see the Isle of Wight Needles from the castle roof. Great place. Good cafe here too
We put this in the Park category because the walk out and back, or boat trip, is so wild and beautiful. The castle itself is v cool ancient hang out for lots of kings and queens, plus a WWI and WW!! defences. Amazing place for a coastal walk that will blow any cobwebs away. Amazing cafe there too…
Hurst Castle, situated at the mouth of the Western Solent with breathtaking views of the Needles, is only a 15 minute drive away. From the car park walk along Hurst Spit with the sea on both sides to reach the castle. During the summer you can save the 45 minute walk along the Spit and get the…