Croyde Bay in Devon is part of the beautiful Heritage Coastline in North Devon and is a favourite destination for families and surfers alike.
Croyde village is a charming little hamlet of thatched cottages with many places to eat, buy gifts and hire beach equipment - including surfboards.
Croyde Bay sits in between the neighbouring beaches of Saunton Sands, Putsborough and Woolacombe and is an ideal spot for a relaxing holiday or short break. Croyde Bay in Devon is best known for its beach and with its wide sheltered bay ideal for bathing and excellent surfing. The beach is privately owned and has lifeguards patrols between May and September.
Baggy Point and the adjoining National Trust land provides delightful walking with excellent views.
Cycling, horse riding, golf and tennis are all available locally.
There are a variety of restaurants and pubs in the area, along with numerous options for accommodation to make your stay in North Devon an enjoyable one, no matter what time of year you visit.