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The surfing capital of North Devon, with great family facilities and a vibrant atmosphere

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The pretty village of Croyde is one of North Devon’s most renowned seaside locations, due to its excellent surf, beautiful scenery and vibrant village feel. As a surfing mecca, you’ll find numerous places to hire equipment and arrange lessons. If you’re feeling adventurous, why not explore the coast with an exhilarating coasteering session, or book yourself onto a rockpool ramble to discover more of our marine wildlife. After a day of fun, kick back and relax in one of Croyde’s legendary pubs with a local ale, or for a unique experience check out the Deckchair Cinema.

 

Croyde’s sheltered bay, on-site facilities and lifeguard presence make it a great family destination too; and not all its activities are water based. The National Trust’s Baggy Point headland and surrounding area make for some excellent coastal walking with breath-taking views, and there are plenty of other activities nearby to keep you busy, including cycling, horse riding, golf and tennis.

 

Every summer, Croyde Bay hosts the ever-popular Goldcoast Oceanfest offering a great weekend full of water sports, outdoor adventure and a cracking music line up with over 20 acts playing throughout the weekend — certainly not an event to be missed!

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The pretty village of Croyde is one of North Devon’s most renowned seaside locations, due to its excellent surf, beautiful scenery and vibrant village feel. As a surfing mecca, you’ll find numerous places to hire equipment and arrange lessons. If you’re feeling adventurous, why not explore the coast with an exhilarating coasteering session, or book yourself onto a rockpool ramble to discover more of our marine wildlife. After a day of fun, kick back and relax in one of Croyde’s legendary pubs with a local ale, or for a unique experience check out the Deckchair Cinema.

 

Croyde’s sheltered bay, on-site facilities and lifeguard presence make it a great family destination too; and not all its activities are water based. The National Trust’s Baggy Point headland and surrounding area make for some excellent coastal walking with breath-taking views, and there are plenty of other activities nearby to keep you busy, including cycling, horse riding, golf and tennis.

 

Every summer, Croyde Bay hosts the ever-popular Goldcoast Oceanfest offering a great weekend full of water sports, outdoor adventure and a cracking music line up with over 20 acts playing throughout the weekend — certainly not an event to be missed!