Broad Haven, Pembrokeshire, Wales is a village in the South East corner of St Bride's Bay. It is a holiday resort with a large west-facing Blue Flag beach offering safe bathing for families and good surfing, windsurfing and sailing opportunities. The north end of Broad Haven beach has a number of interesting geological features including folding, stacks and natural arches. It is not to be confused with the beach near Bosherston with the same name.
History Little is known of the origins of the village but it has been known as a seaside resort since the 1900s. A RNLI lifeboat has been stationed at Little and Broad Haven lifeboat station since 1862.
Events Broad Haven was host to the Pembrokeshire Coast Triathlon from 1994 to 1996 during which time the event doubled as either the Welsh Championships (1994) or a British Grand Prix event (1995 and 1996)
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