Druidston Haven - Pembrokeshire
At low tide, Druidston Haven is a 800 yard sandy beach, lying in front of high rocky cliffs facing west out into St Brides Bay. Two small streams drain onto the bathing water from steep sided pastoral land. The bathing water lies within the Pembrokeshire Marine Special Area of Conservation and the cliffs to the north and south form part of the Newgale to Little Haven Site of Special Scientific Interest.
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From Pembrokeshire and Ceredigion