Druidston Haven Beach
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The secluded beach of Druidston Haven is backed and flanked by dramatic cliffs which, at low tide, overlook a long strip of golden sand. Towards the northern end of the beach are some intersting rock formations. These include a number of naturally formed rock arches and little caves. One thing to note if you choose to explore these is that the rising tides can quickly cut this area off, so make sure not to get stranded as the tide comes in.
The beach has a pretty coastal path as well as several footpaths that point in different directions towards Nolton Haven and Broad Haven. Horse riding on the beach is popular and it is often used by the neighbouring riding school, so you may find yourself sharing the sand with local stallions and ponies.
Druidston Haven beach is great for families with lots to explore including plenty of rock pools. However, with an absence of facilities and no lifeguard service swimming is not recommended due to the strong and changeable currents here.