Broad Haven Walk
This popular sea side resort sits in a lovely spot on the edge of St Bride's Bay in Pembrokeshire.
There's a lovely beach with natural arches and access to a fine cliff top path for walkers to enjoy. There's also a great beach front bar/cafe for rest and refreshment after your exercise.
This walk from the village follows a section of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path to Druidston Haven and an Nolton Haven.
The walk starts at the car park at Little Haven and follows the waymarked footpath north along Broad Haven beach. You then pass along the cliff top at Haroldston Bridge and Settlers Nose before continuing to the beach at Druidston. Here you will also find the Druidston Hotel which sits in a fine location above St Brides Bay. It's a nice place to stop for a drink with 20 acres of grounds to admire.
From here you continue north past a series of natural arches before finishing at Nolton Haven. There's a picturesque and secluded cove to be found here.
PostcodeSA62 3JG - Please note: Postcode may be approximate for some rural locations
Broad Haven Ordnance Survey Map - view and print off detailed OS map
Broad Haven Open Street Map - view and print off detailed map
Broad Haven OS Map - Mobile GPS OS Map with Location tracking
Broad Haven Open Street Map - Mobile GPS Map with Location tracking
The Ocean Bar is in a great place for post walk refreshments. It's positioned right next to the beach so you can sit outside and enjoy your meal with a fine sea view. You can find them at postcode SA62 3JG for your sat navs.
The coastal path makes for a bracing dog walk and the Ocean Bar mentioned above is also dog friendly. On Broad Haven beach they are not allowed on the northern end between 1st May and 30th September. However, the rest of the beach is dog-friendly year round.
Further Information and Other Local Ideas
If you head south along the coast path you could pay a visit to Skomer Island. You can visit the island from April to October by catching a boat from Martin's Haven near Marloes Sands. The island is great for bird watching with thousands of breeding seabirds to see.
Head north and you can visit the beautiful Solva Harbour and pick up the popular Solva to Newgale Walk and the Solva to St Davids Coastal Walk.
For more walking ideas in the area see the Pembrokeshire Coast Walks page.