This is Haven heaven, stringing together 6 bays with a ‘Haven’ name: Martin’s Haven, St Bride’s Haven, Little Haven, Broad Haven, Druidston Haven and Nolton Haven. It’s a relatively easy walk to start with, as there’s very little change in elevation until you pass Little Haven. It gets a bit more strenuous after.
Parking : National Trust car park at Martin's Haven. Car park behind the beach at Nolton Haven.
Refreshments : Pubs and cafes in Little Haven and Broad Haven. Hotel at Druidston. Pub in Nolton Haven.
Nearest Tourist Information Centre: Haverfordwest, 19 Old Bridge.
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Tourism Department, Pembrokeshire County Council, County Hall, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA61 1TP.