Lundy Island lies in the Bristol Channel approximately 11 miles from the coast of North Devon, three miles long and 1/2 mile wide.
A place of outstanding natural beauty, enjoy the simple pleasure of just relaxing on this remote and tranquil island. Alternatively, venture out to take in the breathtaking views with the gentle pursuit of bird watching or walking. Puffin season starts mid-April to the end July. Finish your day off with a visit to the Marisco Tavern for a light snack or a tipple of Old Light.
Travel on the island supply-ship – the MS Oldenburg – which carries both staying and day visitors from Ilfracombe or Bideford. Sailings start from end of March to the end of October. Easily accessible from Mid Devon, book your day-visit tickets at Tiverton’s Tourist Information Service.
Accessibility is limited; customers need to be able to walk up the gangway. We can take electric wheelchairs or manual, but customers need to be aware that it is rough terrain.
Attraction Self-Catering Nature and Wildlife Heritage & Culture
- Accessible/Wheelchair Friendly
- Café / Restaurant On Site
- Family Friendly
- Nature and Wildlife
- Heritage & Culture