Croyde in North Devon is a beautiful fine and golden sand beach with the added protection of sand dunes sheltering it. Croyde bay sits between two headlands, which seems to offer more protection from the wind.
Croyde Beach is positioned between Woolacombe and Saunton Sands beaches.
Croyde bay and croyde beach is loved by surfing community.
Vegan Food Croyde
Cafe Croyde Bay was amazing offering plantbased vegan milks, vegan cornish pasties and a really moist yummy vegan brownie.
Croyde beach is sheltered golden sand beach which surfers love and the sea is often full of surfers enjoying the waves.
There are sand dunes at the back of t
Baggy Point is the headland at Croyde Bay is just amazing the most stunning walk I have had in a long time.
Spectacular scenery beautiful flora and fauna when we were there the vivid yellow of the gorse was amazing against the bright blue skies.
The National Trust also off tea and coffee at there Sandleigh tea-room.
Follow the headland around along the coastal path to hit Putsborough Beach, Woolacombe Beach and Woolacombe Warren.
Croyde Beach Parking
Baggy Point is under the care of the National Trust. They offer parking facilities (£6.00 a day 08:00 – 21:30 FREE to NT members) which you can the walk out to Baggy point on the south west coast path.
NOTE: Two Electric Vehicle charging points are available in the National Trust Car park Croyde.
Address: Croyde Rd, Croyde, Braunton EX33 1QE
Close to the beach with its own small cafe on site. Cross the road and cross the rocks to access the beach at the quieter end.
Dogs: Like many beaches in the area dogs are no allowed on the beach 1st may to 30th Sept.