Croyde Bay is a sandy beach backed by sand dunes and situated in a small bay on the North Devon Coast. The beach is very popular with swimmers, more experienced surfers and sunbathers and rated as one of the best surfing beaches in the world.
There is an RNLI Lifeguard service available from May to September, throughout Easter weekend, all October weekends and October Half Term.
There are good rock pools at either end of the beach, several public footpaths around the village, and, in particular, walks to Baggy point which offer spectacular views.
With dogs allowed October to April activities such as swimming, surfing, fishing and surfboard/canoe hire all available and a range of food outlets, toilets, shops, a slipway, and beach car park with disabled parking Croyde is the perfect holiday destination.