Probably the most popular beach along St Brides Bay, Broad Haven certainly is very picturesque. Situated on the west coast of Pembrokeshire some 7 miles south of Newgale, the village backs on to the beach and is separated by a quay wall with a seating and walking area.
Broad Haven is home to two pubs and a restaurant but it is the stunning beach which attracts most people to this little village.
Some of the cliff features near Broad Haven have great names – Haroldston Chins, Settling Nose and Sleek Stone to name just a few. In the village there is also a large pond that you can walk around which goes by the name of Slash Pond!
The beach is large and affords great views of St Brides Bay. It is also flanked on both sides by cliffs which the coastal path traverses.
Dog restrictions 1st May to 30th September, please see signs at beach for more info.
There are Pay & Display car parks at Milmoor Way and off Marine Road.
Broad Haven Beach
Seafront at Broad Haven
Horse Riding on the beach at Broad Haven
View from Coastal Path at Broad Haven
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