Crooklets Beach in Bude, Cornwall is a small west-facing beach popular with surfers of all abilities because of the large Atlantic swells that hit the shore. Other activities available include swimming, snorkelling, sailing and surfing; and all activities are zoned for safety.
The beach itself is sandy and the water quality is considered acceptable, with plenty of rock pools for children to explore. At low tide, the beach adjoins neighbouring Summerleaze Beach. For those keen on walking and hiking, there are a variety of cliff top and canal walks leading from the beach, and a number of local nature reserves nearby.