National Trust – Baggy Point

Be it wildlife watching, sweeping coastal views, or exploring its headland, Baggy point is a haven for nature lovers and adventure seekers.

National Trust – Baggy Point

National Trust – Baggy Point is a stunning stretch of coastline located in North Devon, England

It offers breathtaking views of the magnificent Atlantic Ocean and rugged cliffs

The area is popular among hikers, as it is home to miles of footpaths and routes for exploring the moorland, headlands and beaches

Visitors can experience dramatic sunsets and twilight walks on the shores of Croyde Bay

With its open grassy spaces, wildflowers and spectacular views, Baggy Point is a great place to enjoy a family picnic or spend the day exploring the natural beauty of the area

With its accessible pathways around the clifftops and Heddon’s Mouth Coast Path, you can take in all that Baggy Point has to offer

Whether you’re keen to spot wildlife, explore the charming nearby towns or take a long coastal walk, National Trust – Baggy Point is sure to provide an unforgettable experience

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National Trust – Baggy Point Reviews

Headland on the South West Coast Path, with Lundy Island views & seabirds nesting on the cliffs.

Below are the latest reviews of National Trust – Baggy Point.

4.8
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Opening Hours:
Monday: Closed
Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday: Closed
Thursday: Closed
Friday: Closed
Saturday: 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Sunday: 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Address: Moor Ln, Croyde, Braunton EX33 1PA, UK

Price Level: 2

Tom Bell avatarTom Bell
6 months ago
Nice national trust car parking with FREE 7kw charging! Almost never find this these days. From the car park there is several paths to the point, the shortest is about a mile. Makes for a nice round trip.It’s a general path suitable for all. Great views and things to look at along the way.
Glevum Owl avatarGlevum Owl
9 months ago
Great views and some interesting things to see on the way.This short stretch (about a mile, one way) is part of the South West coastal path but can be a walk in itself. There's plenty of bird life in Spring and Summer as well as a few artificial features to enjoy on the way.Allow for a couple of hours to take pictures, watch the sea birds and simply enjoy the view.The path is not too taxing for the reasonably able bodied though there are a couple of steep inclines up and down.This entire walk is completely exposed so check the weather to ensure mild temperatures, low winds and no rain. As ever, take plenty of water.For the best experience, walk along the coastal path to the point but come back over the top for a little variety and to see the dry stone walling and WW2 pillbox.If you stay in or near the village then walk up to the start. For those driving here, there's a National Trust car park at the beginning of the walk
Neil Sickling avatarNeil Sickling
8 months ago
Simply stunning location to watch the sunset and relax. About 0.5 mile from Croyde beach, reached via a narrow path that is right on the edge of the cliff. Leave a good hour before sunset to get the final minutes of the daylight. No cycling, and no disabled access unfortunately. Worth the walk.
Alex McMullan avatarAlex McMullan
3 months ago
Great walk even in the autumn months. Nice easy round route from the car park (£5 for the day). Lovely views up and down the coast.
Jennifer Billings avatarJennifer Billings
5 months ago
Good paths and lovely views. We really enjoyed our walk and the kids loved the free adventurers backpacks from the national trust carpark.
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