Little Haven Beach is a sheltered, small sandy and rocky inlet in the village of Little Haven in St Bride’s Bay. The village is a quaint fishing village with steep streets descending to the beach where there is a slipway making it popular for boating and it hosts the RNLI lifeboat station and shop for the area. The beach is a mix of pebbles and sand and when the tide is low there is a good stretch of sand to relax or play on. There are coves and rock pools to explore and a path which is pushchair and wheelchair friendly leads to The Point for a great view over the bay. The pebble beach called ‘The Sheep Wash’ where in the past, sheep were washed before shearing, can be reached down a steep path. It is a popular, safe and sheltered swimming beach.
You can walk around the headland at low tide to a wide sandy bay called The Settlands and at low tide you can walk all the way to Broad Haven along the beach.
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