The little beach at Nolton Haven is a sandy and sheltered cove with high cliffs on both sides. There is a car park provided by The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park near the beach.
Plant fossils and veins of coal can often be found in the rocks around the base of the cliffs. Above the cliffs is a small Grade II listed chapel believed to be the most westerly place of worship in the UK. The building celebrated its 150th anniversary in 2008 and is still in regular use.
The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path is easily accessible from the village of Nolton Haven and within walking distance are many coastal villages and beaches such as Newgale, Druidstone, Broad Haven, Little Haven, Solva and even Britain's smallest city St. Davids.
About half a mile inland from the beach is the hamlet of Nolton, where Pembrokeshire’s largest riding centre is situated. Nolton Stable is the place to visit if you would like to try riding horses on the beach at nearby Druidston Haven.
Also nearby is Hilton Court Gardens and Craft Centre. The 10 acre gardens surround the courtyard which houses the craft centre and restaurant.