Baggy Point

Baggy Point - Devon Seascapes
Spring's coastal pink flowers and the rocky outcrop of Baggy Point bask in the last of the golden light whilst the deep blue seawater swirls around the rocks.
Baggy Point is a headland in north Devon. It separates Croyde bay and Morte Bay which includes the beaches of Woolacombe and Putsborough and the land is owned by the National Trust, and forms part of the Saunton To Baggy Point Coast Site of Special Scientific Interest.
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