The Atlantic Highway is an asphalt snack road that cuts through the natural beauty and connects Devon and Cornwall. But do you know the places to go surfing in Cornwall and Devon?
Boards, wax and corrugated transaction paraphernalia are seen firing up and down this highway, blinking towards wild eyes and faces; Looking for what the area has to offer.
Here are some of the best surfing spots in Cornwall and Devon
See also: The best place to visit Cornwall
Where to surf in Cornwall and Devon
Join the local Cornwall and Devon surfers at this surfing hotspot.
For many people’s favorite beach break surf, North Devon’s Crowd Hall is the place to hang out. Both professional and amateur surfers will be there, but things can get a little hairy and heavy in this place, with big swells bursting.
From Downs & Car Park there is a nice cafe and parking on both ends with board rental – this is a great place for photographers if you are just there to watch.
There is also a pub and surf shop at the bottom of the small town street.
If you are a long border who prefers a more predictable peeling wave, this point break may be for you.
This beach is also long and great for walking dogs and is also popular for making movies. The surf falls into the hole which is like you making the moon out of sand. There is also a caf এবং and equipment rental and beach hut rental.
Parking prices are reasonable and it has plenty so you don’t have to bother finding a place.
The views of these beaches are winding down the road to Croydon and between the two beaches, if you are a skilled surfer then some point breaks are less likely to be crowded. There are also good options for wind surfers.
Here, if the wind is up, you will be somewhat protected and there will also be waves.
It’s a little harder to get to, but good parking is available, although it costs £ 9 per car in summer and £ 7 more in winter.
The giant headland splits Croyd and Putts as a mythical whale jumps on you when you climb back into the waves and return to shore. Surfer is good for all levels. There are surf rentals, camping and leisure facilities.
The name of the game here is Kitesurfing. On windy days people panic at sea with kites at speeds that make surfers wonder if they did anything wrong.
Sporting is the only place name in the UK with an exclamation mark in the title; Easy to see why on a wild day!
There is also a friendly kit rental store that is suitable for you and reasonably priced and is open all year round.
If you want to surf and then have some dining, there are plenty of options for meals, including the famous Hawkings ice cream.
Go west! Sitting on the south side of the Bedford Bar which leads to the Appledore and then the Insto, two more nice spots.
Walking towards the end of the harbor where fishermen build their boats to get out, you wouldn’t think it was a surf beach – but so it was.
Bude has a nice family atmosphere and with this westbound beach break the surf can be suitable for surfers of all levels, although it can be a hard paddle and tumble.
There are several different surfing spots, including Sandmouth Bay, Croquelts and Summerlize Beach, which are very close to Bud.