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Explore Sandy Haven

Sandy Haven is a picturesque wide creek, situated between Milford Haven and Dale, with the estuary positioned at the bottom of this valley, it's an ideal location for long walks with the dogs.

Set right on the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, the area is perfect for boating and kayaking enthusiasts. Upstream from Sandy Haven sits a pretty footbridge, ideal for crossing the water when the stepping stones are submerged by the incoming tide.

Lindsway beach is less than a mile away and the neighbouring village of St Ishmaels has a pub, recommended for food and extensive garden centre with cafe which is well worth a visit.

While in the opposite direction is Dale, popular with sailors and water lovers with its waterside pub, cafe, yacht club and hire centre.

Things to Do in St Davids
Things to Do in St Davids

St Davids is a great place to visit whether you’re looking for romance, adventure, relaxation or child-friendly activities.

Where to Eat in Saundersfoot
Where to Eat in Saundersfoot

Ranging from fine dining with stunning coastal views to more traditional seaside fish and chips on the beach you won't go hungry here.

Let’s go Rock Pooling!
Let’s go Rock Pooling!

Rock pooling – An entirely free and fun activity for all the family!

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