Your research is very well. In fact, getting around the small, narrow alley is a little cumbersome, but you get there. There is small cozy restaurant nearby, where you can eat nice, small snack, drinks, ice cream, also various souvenirs can buy. And most importantly, what I find good - clean toilets, without which one has to pay, as with us. You can also stay in the pensions and restaurants, which we did, including English breakfast with fried eggs, fried bacon, beans and sausage. For me, however, without beans.
The waves and the strong wind are not to be underestimated. It happens that the surfers fall and hurt themselves. I saw myself as a surfer bloodstained came from the sea water, he blew at the head and the arms.
Everything you need is there, whether surfboard or neoprene suit, you can lend it. People even come from overseas to surf in Croyde.