BAGGY POINT CROYDE BAY
Baggy Point near Croyde Bay is a beautiful and rugged part of the North Devon Coastline.
Situated between Croyde Bay and Putsborough Sands it is a stunning peninsula in the ownership of the National Trust.
There is an amazing diversity of flora, fauna and coastal wildlife on Baggy Point. It is possible to see Ruby Red cattle, Kestrels, Puffins, Seals, Hares, a wide variety of wild flowers and many more plants an animals in their natural habitat.
WALKING ON BAGGY POINT
Walking is one of the best things to do on Baggy Point and there are several walks on Baggy Point. A short loop ideal for young kids. A longer loop which allows you to reach the far extemities of Baggy Point, around 2 miles. Acircular walk which takes in Baggy Point, Putsborough Sands and returns you to Croyde, 5 miles.
COASTEERING ON BAGGY POINT
Surfing Croyde Bay offers an amazing way to see Baggy Point and experience the coastline in a new and interesting way. Coasteering Baggy Point allows you to visit the National Trust headland and explore it at sea level. You scramble and climb along the coastline, jumping off rocks into the sea along the way. It is an outstanding way to connect with nature and experience wildlife along Baggy Poin you wouldnt see if you were taking a coastal walk.
Address: Baggy Point, Moor Ln, Croyde, Braunton EX33 1PA, United Kingdom