Druidston Haven

Photo: Jason Davies Photography

Druidston Haven can be a good spot for sea angling and a beach walk surrounded by dramatic cliffs.

Dog friendly?
Dogs are allowed year round. There is a responsibility for dog owners to clean up after their dogs on the whole of this site.

Getting there
You can get to Druidston by bike with the Celtic Trail passing by the beach. The beach is part of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path National Trail. Access to the beach is via footpaths down stream valleys which converge just above the beach. Not suitable for push chairs, wheelchairs or anyone with walking difficulties. By car you can reach Druidston Haven is just off the narrow coast road between Broad Haven and Newgale. There are no car parks alongside or above the beach although there are a few spaces alongside the road but please take care not to block access.

Site description
A long, sandy, west-facing, beach, with a pebble bank behind the high tide line. It has steep cliffs to either side and is usually fairly quiet. Druidston derives its name from a Norman knight, Drue. At low tide you can explore along the base of the cliffs at either end of the main beach, but take care not to get cut off by the rising tide, especially at the southern end, where it can rise rapidly. Beware of currents if bathing here.

No beach side facilities. There are public houses, cafes and accommodation in the local area. There are no litter bins. Please help keep Druidston beautiful and take your rubbish home.

Pembrokeshire County Council Bathing Water Byelaws apply to the whole area off this beach. These include a speed limit. PCNPA Byelaws apply to the whole of the foreshore on this beach.

Source: Pembrokeshire Coast National Park



Dog Friendly: Yes
Blue Flag: No
Wheelchair Accessible: No



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