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Croyde surf
Croyde Bay

Croyde Beach

Croyde is perhaps Devon's best known surfing beach and for good reason. Facing almost due west the beach picks up a good deal of swell and combined with quality sand banks makes for one of the UK's best surf beaches. Its also reknown for packing a fair bit of power, particularly on the low tide when barrels are not uncommon.

Go to yosurfer.com for surf reports & forecasts

Croyde is a popular resort village with the beach being its main asset, as a result it can get a little crowded at the height of the holiday season.The beach itself is a pretty stretch of sand backing on to sand dunes and is about a half mile walk from the village. To the north it is bordered by the unspoilt red rock headland of Baggy Point

Croyde Beach tide times

  • Fri 24th March

    High 02:30am (4.56m)
    Low 08:54am (2.00m)
    High 03:05pm (4.61m)
    Low 09:21pm (1.86m)
  • Sat 25th March

    High 03:30am (4.90m)
    Low 09:53am (1.53m)
    High 03:59pm (4.94m)
    Low 10:15pm (1.42m)
  • Sun 26th March

    High 05:21am (5.21m)
    Low 11:42am (1.10m)
    High 05:48pm (5.22m)
  • Mon 27th March

    Low 12:02am (1.03m)
    High 06:09am (5.47m)
    Low 12:27pm (0.76m)
    High 06:34pm (5.45m)
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