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Lindisfarne Travel Guide: 88 reviews and 251 photos

Cradle of Christianity

Lindisfarne is only accesible from the mainland at low tide by means of a causeway, which can be reached from the village of Beal.To the south of the more modern road-surface causeway, a series of stakes mark the old route across to the island called the `Pilgrims Way' which was used in ancient times by visitors to the great Christian centre of Lindisfarne. Again this could be crossed only at low tide.
Lindisfarne is also known as Holy Island, beacuse of its links with early Christianity.

Use this link to find out when the safe crossing times for the causeway are ................... http://www.northumberland.gov.uk/vg/tidetabl.html

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  • Pros:Nice castle (when its open), priory, scenery
  • In a nutshell:Great place to spend some time
  • Intro Written May 17, 2006
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  • gosiaPL's Profile Photo
    Jun 28, 2006 at 1:33 AM

    Thanks for a refreshed look on this Holy Island that I visited years ago. Great pictures and really good tips!

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