Three miles long & half a mile wide, Lundy lies ten miles off the coast of North Devon where the Atlantic meets the Bristol Channel...
Lundy's own supply and passenger ship, the MS Oldenburg is graceful and comfortable with heated saloons, bar, buffet, shop and information centre.
An unspoilt & tranquil place apart from the modern world; no roads, cars or pollution. Peaceful solitude and remoteness is all that is Lundy.
A multitude of animal, bird and plant species thrive in Lundy's milder climate and varied habitats
Twenty three carefully restored and furnished buildings offer an extraordinary choice of size, character and facilities - from late Georgian villa and a lighthouse to a fisherman's chalet.
Home to a succession of inhabitants from the Bronze Age, through Vikings, pirates, Royalists and refugees from justice to the affluent Heaven family in Victorian times.
Phone Lynton Tourist Information Centre on 0845 4583775 (UK) or +44 1598 752225 (INTERNATIONALLY) to book your trip
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