I’ve probably written ad-nauseam about my love of Holy Island and Lindisfarne Castle near Berwick-upon-Tweed in Northumberland.

Black and white image of Lindisfarne Island Castle and an upside down Hewrring boat
View of Lindisfarne Castle on Holy Island and an upside down herring boat (Berwick-Upon-Tweed, Northumberland, United Kingdom)

This is my latest shot of Lindisfarne Castle showing an upside down herring boat which has been recycled by locals as a shed.

Every visit is made all the more unique as it’s one of the few locations in the UK that you are required to observe (or at your peril, ignore) the crossing times for the causeway that leads to the island. Each and every year, some fantastic footage is captured of some unfortunate soul that has to be rescued because of their misadventure.

If you’re mindful of the tidal times and want to meander where nature and man’s ingenuity have combined beautifully, then you should probably visit Holy Island.

Image of Lindisfarne or Holy Island in Northumberland
Pebble beach by Lindisfarne Castle, Berwick Upon Tweed, Northumberland