We have just returned from a vist to Lindisfarne, you must check the tide time prior to planning your trip and once guaranteed a dry trip; drive to the car park on the island and then walk to the village. Local produce is for sale on the way with purchases being held for the duration of your visit. We chose to separate from the initial crowd of people who had set off towards the village, unless you are unable to walk a short distance don't bother with the bus shuttle from the car park to the castle the short wak is delightful and not difficult. We were treated to the haunting sound of the seals on the way and continued to the end of of the road before heading on to the castle. Once we had visited the castle we chost to walk the circular trail beyond the castle which loops back to village and will take tyou a pleasant 2 hours with plenty of stops to admire the sea views. Returning to the village where there are plenty of coffee stops offering local cakes to fuel your onward journey; if you have travelled from Alnwick take the Coastal route south back and stop in at the many beautiful points of interest.
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