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Although it's always a great spot, it's definitely best to surf Croyde at low tide, when it gets hollow. High tide produces long, peeling waves, due to SE-NE winds and a strong, southerly swell.

The reef at Croyde works on a biggish swell and the bowl section gets pretty intense, so take care and be sure to surf safely.

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