Croyde is a little ‘Thatched’ village lying on the North Devon coastline. Within the ‘North Devon Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’, and with the ‘South West Coastal Path’ running through the village, it is a popular destination for Surfers and Holiday makers alike.
The beach at Croyde stands in a sheltered bay, with a dune system above the high tide mark. Facing the Atlantic, the shape of the bay funnels waves towards the beach, making it one of Britains most popular Surfing destinations.
Since 1999, Croyde has hosted the annual surf and music festival ‘GoaldCoast Oceanfest’ on the weekend closest to the summer solstice.