Druidston Haven is a secluded long, sandy beach enclosed on three sides by steep cliffs and there are some spectacular cliff formations; natural arches and caves to the north of the main beach. The cliffs shoot dramatically, with a waterfall that cascades through the cliff to the rocks below.
At low tide the beach is wide and sandy, but at high tide the sand is completely covered. Madoc’s Haven is a smaller beach of sand and rock pools at the northern end of Druidston and can only be reached from the shore for short periods at low tide.
Pembrokeshire Coast Path heads in either direction from where you can try Dolphin spotting and look out for seabirds such as choughs. The riding stables at Nolton provide beach rides at Druidston and you may meet the horses and riders on the paths.
There are no lifeguards on this beach so swimmers should take care as there are strong currents off Druidston. Always check the tide times to make sure you don’t get cut off and there is plenty of beach to enjoy. Dogs are allowed all year round but they ask you to be considerate to other beach users and remember you must always clean up after your dog.
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