Broadhaven South is a wide, sheltered and sandy beach, well know for Church Rock which rises out of the water about 150yds from the shore. It has dramatic cliff views and is backed by dunes that lead from The National Trust owned Bosherston Lily ponds. This beach has loads of soft sand at low tide and plenty of space making it popular with locals and families all year round. At low tide, some small caves are exposed on the eastern side of the beach and the stream that empties out of the Lily Ponds provides clean water pools and channels for children to play in. There is a partial ‘island’ on the western side where a cave can be found at low tide and a nearby spring flows out from the cliffs and bubbles up through the sand.
Access to the beach is from the car park at the southern end although there are a lot of steep steps down the cliff which make it difficult for pushchairs or wheelchairs. Access is much easier from the northern end through the lily ponds with board walks onto the sand.
Car parking: There is plenty of parking above the beach in the National Trust car park (charged between March and October – free for National Trust members and also free after 5.30pm) or in Bosherston village.
Food: The nearby village of Bosherston has a traditional country pub and a small café serving cream teas and ice-cream during the summer months. During the summer there is an ice-cream van on the cliff-top.
Toilets: at the car park above beach.
Lifeguards: are on duty in the Summer.
Dogs: are allowed but please be considerate to other beach users and remember you must always clean up after your dog.
Awards: Seaside Award (Rural) and Green Coast Award.
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