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If you fancy a day out then there are plenty of places to visit and things to explore in the area. Family theme parks, guided walks, famous landmarks and glorious beaches...

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    Baggy Point, Croyde

    01271 870555

    Baggy Point, Croyde

    http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/baggy-point/

    51.14231610327769 , -4.2493897303467065

    The impressive headland at Croyde with crashing waves and dramatic cliffs Baggy Point overlooks Croyde with one of the best surfing beaches in North Devon. It has stunning coastal views, great walks along the South West Coast Path and opportunities to climb, surf and coasteer, it’s a must-do destination for anyone visiting North Devon. Baggy’s […]

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    Woolacombe & Putsborough Beach

    Woolacombe & Putsborough Beach

    51.159107502942334 , -4.214973449707031

    A fantastic three mile stretch of sand from the unspoilt Putsborough beach, up to the more holiday orientated Woolacombe beach.  Putsborough has just one shop, you can loose yourself there, check out the middle part of the beach by black rock! The surf can vary from end to end and you can get some good […]

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    Croyde Bay Beach

    Croyde Bay Beach, Croyde

    51.13018860418028 , -4.241436123847961

    Croyde Beach is a beautiful sandy bay, offering rolling sand dunes and some of the best surf in the country. Parking is available at Down End Car Park see our parking category. Dogs are not permitted from May to September

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    Saunton Beach

    Saunton Sands, braunton, Devon

    51.11370012560323 , -4.224189519882202

    Saunton Beach is two miles or more long and starts below the famous Sands Hotel. It goes right round to Crow Point and back over the nature reserve to Braunton…a long walk if you want.  Great long boarding wave with swell breaking far out! Dogs are welcome all year round in certain zones.