Nestling on the hillside at the northern edge of the Wolds, at almost the highest point in Lincolnshire, Caistor is notable for its Georgian buildings but dates back to as early as Roman times.
The town is popular with walkers with the Viking Way running through the town. The Civic Society also organise regular walks giving visitors a peek into the fascinating history and interesting stories that can be found around this lovely town.
Markets are held on Saturdays in the historic market place and has 56 listed buildings in the town centre. You can also find many places to eat as well as places of interest including Caistor Arts & Heritage Centre, a renovated Methodist Chapel, where you can find detailed histories of the town, exhibitions and a café serving homemade food, hot and cold drinks and delicious cakes.
Nearby you can find the villages of Nettleton, with its Ironstone mining history, Claxby and Grasby with its lovely All Saints Church. There are also many fishing lakes to explore including Claxby Fishery, Wold View Fishery and Caistor Lakes Leisure Park.