Martins Haven Beach is small inlet at the north-western end of the Marloes peninsula in Pembrokeshire and is the departure point for boat trips to Skomer Island.
There is a National Trust attended car park at the top of the hill, and access to Martins Haven Beach is by walking of about 200 yards on the lane heading down a steep hill. The beach is mainly pebbles, and shore diving, snorkelling and kayaking are all popular activities here. There are toilets here and an emergency telephone, but very little beach is available at high tide.
The National Trust car park is listed as a Dark Sky discovery site, as a place away from light pollution suitable for some star-gazing
There is no lifeguard service here and dogs not allowed on the beach from Easter to the end of Summer
Martins Haven Beach
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