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.
Tel : 01437 763110
E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
What goes in to being a Ranger for the National Park? We caught up with Ian Meopham to find out how he spends his days, and whether that westerly wind is his only companion on the coastal path.
Gentle strolls and wheelchair access walks, perfect for families with pushchairs too, are available right across Pembrokeshire.
Who better to ask about their favourite walks than a dog? Molly the Collie interviews six of her friends to find out about their favourite Pembrokeshire dog walks.
Tourism Department, Pembrokeshire County Council, County Hall, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA61 1TP.