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Crackington Haven is always worth a visit,even in the depths of winter when the wind blows and the sea is angry.

Located in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Crackington Haven is a small coastal village on the North coast just West of Bude. Once a small harbour importing coal and limestone from Wales, which narrowly escaped industrial development in the 1800s, it is now a small unspoiled, almost secret, cove.

It is a great spot for surfing with the right conditions (lifeguarded during the summer holiday season). Visit in the spring to catch wild flowers and birdsong. Come in summer for bustling beach life.

Spend time exploring and relaxing on the beach which is pebbly at high tide; enjoy a paddle or catch a wave on your boogie board. There is a bistro cafe and a family pub The Coombe Barton Inn and nearby toilet facilities and a small outlet for beach items.

http://www.visitcornwall.com/places/crackington-haven

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