Lindisfarne is a tidal island located on the northeast coast of England, in Northumberland. It is only accessible by the causeway which is passable at low tide. There is much to explore on the island including the ruins of a medieval priory, a 16th-century castle and a nature reserve.
This walk takes you from the Green Lane car park, (for blue badge parking only) where the accessible loos are located, up through the village to the Priory and then down to the castle, which is owned and run by the National Trust. The route is fairly flat and uses the roads and tarmac tracks on the island. It is ideal for manual wheelchair users. There are several benches along the way to rest tired legs and to sit and take in the views.
The Lindisfarne Heritage Centre is wheelchair accessible and well worth a visit too.
Nearest loos: Green Lane Car Park, Holy Island, Berwick-upon-Tweed TD15 2SX