Broad Haven beach is a paradise for children of all ages, families, watersports enthusiasts and walkers and it is one of the finest and safest beaches in Pembrokeshire. It has a huge expanse of sand at low tide providing space for everyone. There are cliffs on both sides of the beach, numerous rock pools and several stacks and other geological features.
The beach offers safe swimming and a wide variety of watersports including surfing, canoeing and fishing. There are shops providing watersports equipment to hire and buy. There are slipways providing easy access to the beach.
At low tide you can walk from Broad Haven to Little Haven along the beach past a bay called The Settlands or if you are feeling energetic you can join the Pembrokeshire Coast Path which covers 186 miles of breathtaking coastal scenery. To the south you can go to St Brides Bay via Little Haven or head north towards Newgale, past Druidston Haven and Nolton Haven. There is a coastal bus service which can bring you back to Broad Haven.
Car parking: There are two pay and display car parks, one at the north end of the village and a smaller one on the sea front.
Food is available in Broad Haven at The Galleon Inn, The Nautilus cafe bar, The Anchor bistro, a take away and a well stocked village shop. Another pub, The Royal, can be found in the older part of the village.
Toilets: There are toilets and disabled toilets near the beach.
Lifeguards are on patrol from the end of June to the beginning of September.
Dogs are allowed on the south beach but are not allowed on the northern third of the beach from 1st May to 30th September.
Awards: Seaside Award (Resort) and Blue Flag Award
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