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Unspoilt island, home to a fascinating array of wildlife amidst dramatic scenery

Undisturbed by cars, the island encompasses a small village with an inn and Victorian church, and the 13th-century Marisco Castle.

There's also a disused lighthouse to discover. Called the Old Light, it offers superb views over the north part of the island.

For nature-lovers there are the variety of seabirds, wildlife, flora and fauna. Designated the first Marine Conservation Area, Lundy offers opportunities for diving and seal watching.

Lundy is financed, administered and maintained by the Landmark Trust. Please visit the Lundy Island website to find out more about the island including how to get there, things to see and do, and places to stay.

A view of the lighthouse on Lundy Island © Steve Mulberry

A view of the lighthouse on Lundy Island

Take a look at the Lundy Island website

Whether you want to know more about the island or are planning a trip and want to find somewhere to stay, the Lundy Island website should answer all your questions.