Little Haven Beach is a sheltered, small sandy and rocky inlet in the village of Little Haven in St Bride’s Bay. The village is a quaint fishing village with steep streets descending to the beach where there is a slipway making it popular for boating and it hosts the RNLI lifeboat station and shop for the area. The beach is a mix of pebbles and sand and when the tide is low there is a good stretch of sand to relax or play on. There are coves and rock pools to explore and a path which is pushchair and wheelchair friendly leads to The Point for a great view over the bay. The pebble beach called ‘The Sheep Wash’ where in the past, sheep were washed before shearing, can be reached down a steep path. It is a popular, safe and sheltered swimming beach.
You can walk around the headland at low tide to a wide sandy bay called The Settlands and at low tide you can walk all the way to Broad Haven along the beach.
Car parking: Limited pay and display parking in the village.
Food: The beach is well served by a shop, café and three pubs.
Toilets There are toilets near the beach
Lifeguards: Swimming is considered safe but there are no Lifeguards on duty here.
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).
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