Lundy Hole and Lundy Bay


It's a short walk from the National Trust car park to Lundy Bay. On the way you'll pass Lundy Hole. It was formed when the roof of a cave collapsed, leaving a round crater with a rock arch on its seaward side. Lundy Bay is named after the Norse for Puffins which once nested there.

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