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WALK | Take this iconic walk around the north Devon headland at Baggy Point | Devon


The headland overlooking Baggy Point
The headland overlooking Baggy Point

A dramatic walk around Baggy Point looking over the coastal views


A glorious coastal loop on a headland that looks out far, far into the sea


A must-have walk if you're in north Devon


Views of the coast, the sea and the surfers make for excellent photographic opportunities




From sea to shining sea
From sea to shining sea

"...this rare and iconic walk into its own special seascape..."



Description |


Baggy Point is a glorious expression of breathing in sea air, striking forth over rocky ground and over hill tops to an endnote of endless ocean, sea birds and sunsets.


There is a National Trust car park or start in the surfing village of Croyde itself whilst you follow the coastal path seemingly out to sea. Check your footing, keep clear of the edges but watch in wonder at the wildness of this betwixt place - where water meets land.


Take a loop around the headland and end back where you started. Just in time for tea, cake, chips or ice cream down on the beach at Croyde or in the village.






Directions and Map |


Find Croyde on the edge of the north Devon coastline between Saunton and Woolacombe, north-east of Barnstaple


Longitude: -4.242295

Latitude: 51.134967


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