North Devon - Most Beautiful Beaches
North Devon has long been a popular destination in the Southwest. With its rugged coastline punctuated by long sandy beaches, hidden coves and dramatic cliffs, it's the perfect place for explorers and families.
In terms of family beaches it is hard to beat North Devon. Woolacombe Bay is one of the most popular beaches, with its long stretch of sand and clear blue waters. Saunton Sands is another great option, with its vast expanse of sand dunes. For the adventurous the coast around Hartland is old wrecking country and the jagged rocks and sheer cliffs hide some wonderfully unspoilt little coves.
One of the most popular things to do in North Devon is to go surfing. The region is home to some of the best surfing spots in the UK, including Woolacombe, Croyde Bay, and Saunton Sands. There are also plenty of opportunities for other watersports, such as swimming, sailing, and windsurfing.
In addition to its beaches, North Devon is also home to a number of other attractions. The Tarka Trail is a long-distance footpath that follows the River Taw and the North Devon coast. The trail is a great way to explore the region's beautiful scenery and wildlife. The region is also home to some picture postcard villages, such as Clovelly, and bustling marketing towns like Barnstaple.
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Facing westwards into Bideford Bay, Surfers and swimmers, kayakers, and paddle boarders will love this long sandy stretch of sand. The main beach is backed by the grassland of Northam Burrows Country Park and the imaginatively named…© Surfing Croyde Bay | BY-SA
10. Croyde Bay
Croyde beach is set in a wide sandy bay between Woolacombe and Saunton Sands beaches. Despite being a little tricky to find and in a rural setting Croyde is one of North Devon's most popular…