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By its very nature, Croyde Bay takes a while to get to, but it's well worth it when you get there.
Please be thoughtful towards local residents when getting there and staying there.
When walking to and from the festival site, please do so QUIETLY and with due respect to the local inhabitants. Access down Moor Lane is especially narrow and it is advised that you walk in single file and take great care of vehicles. PLEASE do not consider short cuts back to your campsites or trespassing through private property.
North and South off the M5 Motorway at Junction-27
Follow the North Devon Link Road A361
Head for Barnstaple > A361
For Croyde travel through Barnstaple and keep on the A361 taking the left at the traffic lights in Braunton and proceed on the B3226 to Croyde via Saunton.
Parking is available and operated by private companies, get there early to avoid disappointment and hassle.
For detailed 'turn by turn' directions to the Arena in Croyde enter EX33 1NZ as your destination in the AA route finder or on your GPS. Be careful to avoid the village of Georgeham in any options, it is a small village and doesn't cope well under excessive traffic.
Stagecoach South West 308 & 508 Services
Jump aboard our 508 service for your direct connection to the festival
View Special Oceanfest Timetable
For timetables, service updates and offers visit stagecoachbus.com/southwest
For help planning your journey using public transport visit travelinesw.com
National Express operate services between London and Ilfracombe, via Bristol and taking in Taunton and Tiverton.
Take a look at www.nationalexpress.com for timetable and prices.
Paddington to Penzance service stops at both Tiverton Parkway and Exeter St. Davids.
Tiverton is ideal if you have a lift already secured. If not, change at Exeter St. Davids and catch the Tarka Line to Barnstaple.
Atlantic 01271 866669
Star Travel: 07717684171
T&T 01271 816882
The SouthWest is serviced by airports at Bristol, Exeter and Newquay.