Croyde Bay Beach is fast becoming recognised as one of the world’s best surfing beaches, and the surfing community is drawn to its challenging surf and easygoing atmosphere. North Devon holidays are all about taking on challenges, enjoying the waves and rugged beauty, and Croyde Bay is one of the most popular areas of the county.
Set in a spacey, sheltered bay beside a scenic North Devon village, Croyde Beach has a charm all of its own. Just a short drive from the Saunton and Braunton beaches, Croyde Beach is world famous for its place in the hearts of surfers. This is the place for those who are seasoned surfers, who want the wind to take their hair and whip it into a mess and who love discovering new beauty spots that are slightly off the beaten track.
The Blue Flag beach and lines of sand dunes make for a great day out in a beautiful setting. Croyde Bay beach is lifeguarded during high season, and dogs are not allowed between May and September. The beach is well-equipped, with toilets, equipment hire, a first aid room, refreshments kiosk and disabled access too.