The location of attractions is intended only as a guide. Distances are 'as the crow flies'.
A villagel pub overlooking the bay serving freshly prepared meals using local produce. Sit outside in summer and watch the sea. Real ales and excellent wines are also available.
This small inlet is sandy and ideal for a families. There are lots of rockpools to discover so don't forget your bucket and net. At low tide it's possible to walk round to the wide sandy bay next door called The Settlands and further round still to Broad Haven beach. Do check the tides before you visit. Car parking is available in the village and there are three pubs and a cafe for refreshments.
This gentle meander of just over two miles takes you from the main car park in the village, along the coast path and then returns through open countryside. Take a look a the website andrewswalks.co.uk for the Little Haven walk.
A popular holiday village with a scattering of houses, pubs and a great cafe. The sandy beach at Little Haven is in a picturesque cove, ideal for families and at low tide you can walk around to The Settlands bay and Broad Haven.
A takeaway cafe and shop, selling local produce, high end craft, sandwiches and excellent coffee. They even have an aquarium so you can take home the live catch of the day.
With parking available opposite, this pub offers a warm welcome and seasonally changing menus. In summer you can take advantage of the pretty garden whilst in winter warm up by the open fire. Dogs are allowed in the garden but not inside the pub.
Open for breakfast and lunch, this perfectly placed cafe is right next to the beach and offers simple, quality snacks and meals alongside great desserts.
To the north of the Dale Peninsula is St Bride's Bay. Broad Haven (north) beach, at the back of the bay is a Blue Flag beach, popular for both water sport enthusiasts and families. It's a large safe, sandy beach with rockpools. There are good pubs, cafes and a well-stocked beach shop. Haven Water Sports offer hire facilities for wet suits, surfboards, body boards and kayaks. Dog restrictions apply from May to September.
Winner of a Green Coast Award 2019, this long sandy beach is accessed from either side by the coastal path and surrounded on three sides by tall cliffs. You can enjoy watching the local riding school exercising horses most days. Park in either Nolton Haven or Haroldston Chins car parks, the walk is about half a mile from either. If you are planning a visit here check the tides as it is possible to get cut off.
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