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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 easy access path gives people of all ages and abilities the chance to get out on a rugged headland to enjoy the far reaching views. Close to the beach and slipway, but easy to escape the bustle.

The best place to start to explore

We are here to help, chat to us and discover how you can enjoy this area

We are here to help, chat to us and discover how you can enjoy this area

If you have never been to the area before we suggest you use our car park which is at the end of Moor Lane (Sat Nav EX33 1PA Grid Ref SS433 397). The car park is staffed from Easter to the end of October. Our friendly staff can suggest walking routes, sell you a map and point out local wildlife. If you're a member parking is free.

Celebrating 75 years

It was 4 May 1939 when the Hyde family decided the time was right for them to hand over the beautiful headland of Baggy Point. They gave it to the National Trust, and we continue to look after it for the nation to enjoy.

Family activities

Family activity packs available to borrow from Easter to end of October.


Join us on one of our events either here or near by.


Enjoy some fresh air with a coastal walk.