Broad Haven South beach sits a mile south-east of Bosherston village. Its beautiful, golden beach is edged by grey limestone cliffs and pointed sea stacks. Sitting between Stackpole and St Govan’s headlands in Pembrokeshire, the main sea stack is known as Church Rock. Behind the beach is a dune system, interspersed with marram grass, a haven for wildlife. The dunes are developing and the seasonal changes in the beach’s appearance (flat in summer, gouged and channeled during winter storms) is part of the elemental appeal here.
Why Clive is here.
An early morning view of this beach.