Broad Haven South beach is a wide sandy bay backed by dunes that lead to The National Trust Bosherston Lakes. This beach has plenty of soft sand at low tide, guaranteeing enough space for everyone.
Please note the entrance from the car park above the beach at its south end is not suitable for pushchairs or wheelchairs due to the number of sheer steps down the path to the beach, and banks of soft sand make it almost impossible to push a wheelchair.
You can also access Broad Haven South Beach from the northern end through the Bosherston lily ponds across boardwalks onto the sand. Be aware that the sea at Broad Haven South has very strong currents.
You can explore the boulders and 'island' on the west side and discover caves and springs gushing out of the cliffs above. The low cliffs on the east side have a few small caves at low tide.
The clean stream flowing out of the Bosherston lily ponds runs along this side and is excellent for small children to play in.
If you are planning to visit, check out our easy to use tide times HERE to make sure you have plenty of beach to have fun on and that you don't get cut off by the high tide.
WHAT'S AT BROAD HAVEN SOUTH BEACH
There is ample parking above the beach in the National Trust car park or you can park at Bosherston village itself by the church for those with wheelchairs or pushchairs. It's a 1-mile walk to the beach from here, but it does take you through the picturesque lily ponds. Well worth it!
Toilets at the car park above the beach. Ice cream van.
You can find a Ye Olde World Cafe and St. Govan's Country Inn at Bosherston village.
- Beware Currents
- Car Park
- Disabled Toilets
- Green Coast Award
- Sand Dunes
- Sandy Beach
- Sea Angling
- Seaside Award Beach
For beaches around the whole of the UK visit: https://www.thebeachguide.co.uk/
But if you’re just looking for beaches around Tenby just click HERE
Broadhaven South, Pembroke, Wales SA71 5DZ, United Kingdom