Our Lady’s Island
This place of pilgrimage dates from the Third Crusade, over 800 years ago. Visit the remains of the Augustinian Church of St. Mary or the parish Church (1867) that showcases the work of Pugin and Ashlin. On this renowned sedimentary lagoon, you can spot breeding terns and black-headed gulls. Winter visitors include Whooper Swans, light-bellied Brent Geese, wigeons, gadwall, and more. Rare plants include Cottonweed, Lesser Centaury, Foxtail Stonewort and ‘lagoon specialists’ invertebrates.
Guided Tours: None
Opening Times: All-year round. Pilgrimage season, August 15 – September 8. Mass daily, 3pm & 8pm.
Entrance Fee: Free
Continue along the Norman Way…
Heading West: St Iberius Church