Crow Point North Devon, this Ariel view is the point where Crow Point meets Saunton Sands Beach. Saunton Sands being a 3 mile stretch of golden sands. All backed by the largest Dune system in the U K.
The tide is out on Saunton sands as is the estuary that flows by Crow Point and on past the Tarka Trail and Appledore and Instow opposite.
Crow Point Beach is backed by over 1000 hectares of natural sand dunes. A board walk takes you through to Saunton Sands, in a sheltered and protected biosphere full of over 33 species and butterflies and rare flowers . Beautiful smells from the orchids and primroses will delight.
Where local artists gather driftwood.
Crow Point Beach attracts photographers and nature lovers,and bird watchers.
Crow Point North Devon
The board walk Crow Point. Walk through the dunes to Saunton Sands and see rare species of insects and beautiful wild flowers like orchids all this is in walking distance from Holmsleigh Bed And Breakfast Braunton.
The Toll House at Crow Point. A cost of just £1.70 will get you a whole day of fun but note there are no toilets or cafes on this beach, just miles of natural beauty.
Ruins of the old lighthouse can still be seen at the point of Crow Point meets Saunton Sands.
Stunning views across the dunes to Saunton Sands from Crow Point a great day out exploring then returning to Here for a relaxing evening.
Cycle along the tarmac toll road or walk along the bank. The footpath starts at Velator where once upon a time Braunton traded goods from around the World on vessels like the Schooners. Today there are a hand full of house boats and pleasure boats.