This charming and unspoilt village on the North Devon coast is a popular spot for surfers. There are three beaches with wide sands and a backdrop of sand dunes and rolling green hills; it does get busy in the summer but that's because Croyde is so lovely that everyone wants to come and see and they all happily get on with their own thing whether it's playing family games on the beach, building sandcastles, picnicing or hitting the waves. and surfing. If you're here for the day and in need of sustenance you'll find places to eat in the village or within a few miles; they say Blue Groove, The Thatch and Sandleigh Tea Room & Garden are very good.
Note that dog restrictions apply on beaches. All information correct at the time of writing