Croyde (North Devon)
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Croyde Bay is sandy beach with rocky reefs and areas at each end from where a large swell can offer great waves. The surf is also good for beginners in the bay with lifegaurds on duty in the summer. The waves average between 2-3 feet, but can also reach 8 feet plus. There are sand dunes around the beach and the shops, pubs etc are dotted all around. Access to the beach is okay with plenty of parking. You shouldn't have to walk very far to get to the beach and if you are staying in one of the campsites there are usually paths leading straight to the beach. This is one of the most popular surfing venues in Britain after Newquay. If you go in the week the beach is pretty quiet, but the weekends get very busy with surfers and swimmers.But it is also a very scenic area with a very clean and well maintained beach and surrounding area.

For a surf hire, surf reports and advice on surfing Croyde :-
  • Redwood Surf Shop, Croyde, Devon, Tel: 01271 890999.
  • The Little Pink Shop, Croyde Bay.
  • Surfing Croyde Bay. learn to surf at Croyde Bays premier surf school. All ages and abilities welcome. Fully BSA qualified instructors, open year round. email: [email protected] or tel: 01271 891200.

Other shops and bars in the area include:-

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