Crossing the causeway to Holy Island: tips, tides and safety. How to cross, when to cross, and what to look out for.
Walking the ancient Pilgrim’s route to the Holy Island of Lindisfarne, how to do so safely, minding tide times.
How to get here by train, bus, taxi from across the UK and nearest airports: easily achievable, but needs some careful planning.
How to cross the causeway safely, how the tides work, how do cars get caught out (10 minutes).
Top 12 things to do/see on Holy Island. Viewing points around Holy Island. Things to do on Holy Island when it’s raining.
In which we share a few of our favourite walks on the island, including the circular route to the North Shore.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner options on Holy Island and in the vicinity. Will be updated for post Covid-19 information when we have it.
Everything you need to know about visiting Lindisfarne Castle and the Gertrude Jekyll Garden, opening times, prices, history etc.
Visitor information, opening times, costs, history, saints and Vikings. All the information you need about visiting Lindisfarne Priory.
Stay ‘on island’ in this peaceful oasis of a guesthouse, within walking distance of all Holy Island attractions.
Just like being here in person, watch our Holy Island webcam, trained on Lindisfarne Castle.
Each time of year is different, and which you choose for your visit depends on what’s important to you.
Holy Island in high tide, when all the tourists are gone is a completely different experience.
Easter and Christmas are special times on Holy Island, each with its distinctive characteristics.
The Camino Shell on Chare Ends explained, and how it represents our own personal connection to the Camino de Santiago.
Holy Island in Northumberland is a friendly destination for solo travellers.
Crossing the causeway to Holy Island: tips, tides and safety. How to cross, when to cross, what to look out for.
TV, Radio video and film programmes about the Holy Island of Lindisfarne.
Our guides to St Cuthbert’s Way, St Oswald’s Way and the Forth to Farne Way. Ancient routes that take between four and eight days to walk.
Information about the four holy islands in England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland.