Little Haven is a quaint fishing village positioned at the southern end of St Brides Bay. It is not difficult to understand why the National Parks authority has designated this village as an area of conservation. When the tide is high Little Haven is a small sandy cove but at low tide you can walk to The Settlands – a beach in between Little Haven and Broad Haven.
The coastal path runs right through this small village leading to Druidstone Haven in the North and St Brides Haven to the South with spectacular scenery. There are three pubs (The Swan, The Castle and Saint Brides Inn) all serving food and a seafront café in which to recharge your batteries after walking or enjoying the beach and sea activities.
St David’s just a ten mile journey from Little Haven is where you can enjoy the Thousand Islands Expeditions who provide wildlife adventure boat trips. You may see seals and their pups, common dolphins and lots of different varieties of sea birds. If you are planning a sea adventure then do take warm clothing and a picnic is a great idea!
An eight mile car trip from Little Haven will take you to Hangar 5, Wales first Trampoline Park, great if it’s not beach weather and it’s a good way to get the kids to use up some energy! There is a café onsite for refreshments and an area for mums and dads to keep an eye on the children. Check out their website as sessions can get busy.
Little Haven to:
Oakwood Theme Park 17.1 miles/33 minutes
Heatherton 19.7/34 minutes
Folly Farm 21 miles/37 minutes
Pembroke Castle 15.1 miles/31 minutes
Tenby Town 23.1 miles/ 42 minutes
Blue Lagoon 16.1 miles/ 30 minutes
Battlefield Live 26 miles/41 minutes
Castell Henllys 27.6 miles/51 minutes
Manor Wildlife Park 19.1 miles/ 34 minutes