Surfcam showing the waves and beach at Croyde Bay, North Devon. A real surfer's paradise.
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Croyde Bay is one of the UKs prime surf spots and is popular with surfers from all over who gather all the year round to take to the waves.
A real surfer's beach, Croyde works on all tides but is best at low tide when it gets hollow. High tide produces a long, peeling wave and works on winds from SE-NE and a southerly swell. It's also not always as cold as you may think!
The reef at Croyde works on a biggish swell and the bowl section is pretty intense. Beginners should avoid surfing or bodyboarding at low tide as rip currents can sometimes occur.