Nolton Haven beach

Westerly is about 100m from the sheltered, gently sloping beach of Nolton Haven. At high tide it is good for swimming; at low tide it is large and mainly sandy with rock pools and caves to explore.  In the summer it has a life guard station.Quote 3

Pembrokeshire is full of beautiful beaches, here are some of the ones you might like to discover:

Beaches to the North
Newgale – perfect for surfing and body boarding and just over a mile away.  Almost 2 miles of long, sandy beach except at high tide when only the pebble sea wall is exposed.  Cafes at both ends,  Big Blue Experience water sports, surf shop including hire and lessons.
Caerfai – small, red rocks (interesting geology), good rockpools and caves.
Whitesands – long, easy access to all, large car park, cafe, excellent for surfing, surf hire, no dogs  in the summer.
Aberieddy and Blue Lagoon – Nice little beach with car park but the big attraction is the disused, flooded quarry a short walk away where you can jump off rocks and old quarry works in to deep water.  Or continue a bit further to Traeth Llyfn.


Beaches to the South
Druidston Haven  – A lovely, big beach but little parking avaiable. You can get the No.400 Puffin Shuttle bus there and back though.
Broad Haven – Large beach next to the shops and pub. Good for surfing.
Marloes Sands – One of the most beautiful beaches in the world!  Quite a way from the National Trust  car park.  Very large, sandy beach, good body boarding.  Lots of room for games of cricket or frisbee.  Walk in via the cliff path just past the Youth Hostel to get the best view.