The Havens is a coastal Community located on the southern eastern corner of St. Brides bay, facing out west to the Atlantic and northwest to St. David's Head and Ramsey Island. Most of the community area lies within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, the only coastal National Park in Britain, with its unique beautiful scenery, abundant birds and wildlife in an unspoiled natural environment.
Situated in the southwest corner of Wales and known over the centuries as " Little England beyond Wales", the county of Pembrokeshire has a mixed Welsh and English heritage that has helped define it as a very different corner of the British Isles.
The two main villages in The Havens are Broad Haven and Little Haven. Both are busy holiday destinations. The Havens boast large Blue Flag beaches. Surfing and windsurfing are popular activities and sale/hire and tuition can be arranged. Over recent years sub-aqua diving is a growing specialist activity, with wrecks and islands to explore.
Once you have exhausted yourself walking the coast path, watching birds and wildlife, indulging in water sports, or watching an uninterrupted view of a spectacular sunset, there is a choice of places to eat within these two villages, including pubs, restaurants and cafes.
In common with most of the small bays and inlets around the Pembrokeshire coastline, Little Haven and Broad Haven have been associated with sea fishing, and a small number of boats still work out of Little Haven, fishing mainly for lobster and crab, but also some mackerel and pollack.