A small inlet on the north-western end of the Marloes peninsula, Martins Haven is a sheltered, rocky cove backed by a steep bank of shingle and pebbles. The beach is mostly pebble and rocks and is popular for diving and watersports.
Boat trips to Skomer Marine Nature Reserve depart for the two-mile trip to the island where an abundance of birds such as puffins, razorbills and guillemots can be seen in spring and breeding season. Seals and sometimes dolphins and basking sharks may be spotted during the summer. The beach can very busy when boat trips are running, especially in school holidays.
Lockley Lodge visitor centre owned by the Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales is close to the beach.
Pembrokeshire Coast path passes the beach and there are a number of delightful walking routes in the area with three different trails around Martins Haven to Marloes and St. Brides Bay.
Car parking: National Trust Carpark. Access to the beach is a walk of about 200 yards following the lane down a steep hill. The car park is listed as a Dark Sky discovery site - a place away from light pollution suitable for star-gazing.
Food: Some refreshments available at Lockley Lodge interpretation centre above the beach. Pub, restaurant and café/bar in nearby Marloes Village. Runways Kiln Coastal Café close to the National Trust Marloes beach car park.
Toilets close to the beach.
Lifeguards: No Lifeguard service
Dogs allowed all year round but please be considerate to other beach users and remember you must always clean up after your dog.
Awards: Seaside Award, Green Coast Award
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