Equal in distance from the long sandy beaches of Newgale and the lively town life of Haverfordwest, the little fishing village of Little Haven is situated in Pembrokeshire's St Bride's Bay, and really does live up to its name.
When the tide is low, Little Haven's clean, sandy beach adjoins the larger beach of Broad Haven and provides a great array of streams, rock pools and coves, all ripe for examination and exploration. While its beautiful beach does attract a good number of holidaymakers, this pretty village has managed to keep a low profile, remaining unspoiled and tranquil.
Little Haven's proximity to Newgale and Haverfordwest make it the perfect spot from which to enjoy the tranquility of the Welsh coast together with the convenience of nearby attractions, watersporting facilities and town life. Haverfordwest's most popular activities include golf, surfing, kitesurfing, kayaking, canoeing, diving, horse riding and hillwalking. Those thrill seekers can enjoy an entirely different way to see the Pembrokeshire peninsula with flying lessons available from the town!
Stroll around the steep and narrow little streets and from the village down to its beautiful sandy beach. Calm waters mean that the beach is perfect for swimmers and a bit of light kayaking, so for better watersporting conditions, head a short drive up the road to Newgale. With three pubs, a shop and tearoom, and a pottery and craft shop, Little Haven is a great little place to spend a peaceful Welsh cottage holiday, with amenities that make a self-catering holiday the most obvious choice.