Croyde is a coastal village located in in the county of Devon which is famed for its traditionally British seaside resorts. The village is definitely charming thanks to tourism and industrialism not having too big of an influence on the town. There are brilliant English pubs and restaurants scattered all over the village for your dining pleasure. Mainly famed for its beaches, Croyde accommodation is a popular spot for sunbathers and surfers. On the northern end of Croyde you will find a very the popular walking area of Baggy Point, an area of multiple rock formations which range from easy going terrain, to more treacherous routes. Croyde accommodation is also popular amongst abseiling and rock-climbing enthusiasts due to the extremely steep faces found at Baggy Point.
Croyde Accommodation – Great Destinations for Surfing
Holiday cottages in Croyde are particularly popular amongst the surfing community, and the village offers great surfing opportunities off of it's coast. Thanks to it's west facing coast, Croyde is exposed to Atlantic swells making for some great waves. As well as this, Croyde also hosts a surfing and music festival annually which is very popular amongst visitors of all ages. There are many surfing facilities all over the village such as board rental shops and surf schools which are highly recommended for beginners as wave heights of 2 metres are very common on the Croyde waters. Other surfing spots near holiday cottages in Croyde include Woolacombe and Westword near Bideford.