England's first Marine Nature Reserve, Lundy Island is a massive granite island with rugged 400 feet cliffs, accommodating important seabird colonies.
Lundy ponies, deer, wild goats and sheep graze the cliff-top moorland plateau. Lundy has great historical and archaeological interest, and visitors can stay in the old village and castle renovated by the Landmark Trust, which manages the island for the owners, the National Trust.
Lundy Heritage Coast was designated in February 1990. It is managed by Natural England.