Broadhaven Beach is a west facing beach that is located within the wide arc of Brides Bay in Pembrokeshire. is popular with surfers, divers and swimming is generally safe, making it a lovely beach to visit with the family.
Broadhaven Beach is one of two beaches known as Broadhaven. The beach here is also known as Broad Haven North, with Broad Haven South being some distance away on Pembrokeshire's south coast. The quality of the beach here is so good that it regularly receives a Blue Flag award.
At high tide all that remains of the beach here is a narrow band of sand and pebbles, when the tide goes out there is a massive golden sand beach exposed.
The northern end of the beach is ace for exploring with good rockpools, a number of sea stacks and natural arches with names such as Emmet Rock and the Sleek Stone, all of which sit below the rugged Lions Head.
This is a popular beach for swimming, windsurfing and kitesurfing. There is a lifeguard service in place during the summer months and no dogs are allowed on the beach during those months.
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