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
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Rachel Broomhead from Country Walking Magazine pulls on her walking boots to explore North Pembrokeshire’s coastline on a 2 day walk between Solva and Trefin.
Love wildlife? Then Bee and Ed might just have the best job in the world: wardens on Skomer Island. We caught the boat over to the island to see just what life on Skomer is really like.
A not-so-hidden gem, Narberth boasts one of the best high-streets in the country. Think independently owned shops and galleries, boutiques, excellent café’s, and one of the busiest music venues in the county.
Tourism Department, Pembrokeshire County Council, County Hall, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA61 1TP.