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Haroldston Chins Easy Access Coastal Experience

If you want to experience fantastic views from the Pembrokeshire Coast Path National Trail but are concerned about accessibility, then how about a visit to the Haroldston Chins site near Druidston?

The small informal parking area at Haroldston Chins is located beside the second cattle grid on the minor road known as Welsh Road, between Broad Haven and Druidston Haven.

Haroldston Chins

This level, smooth tarmac path is nearly 400 metres in length and offers two main viewpoints of the coastline; the first located just 130 metres from the car park and the second at 370 metres.

There are three benches located along the route to sit and take in the stunning coastal views across St Brides Bay including the St Davids Peninsula and Ramsey Island to the North and Southwards towards Skomer Island.

Haroldston Chins

The gradient is generally no steeper than 1 in 20, with only a very short section that’s no steeper than 1 in 12.

Disabled parking is available at this site and the nearest public toilets are located at Broad Haven (disabled facilities) and Nolton car parks.

Public transport is available to the site, generally with pushchair/wheelchair accessible buses, but it is best to contact the bus operator Richards Bros directly to confirm this on 01239 613 756.

Haroldston Chins

This path is an excellent choice for people with families with young children or pushchairs, less able people, wheelchair users and anyone who wants a leisurely stroll.

For a map of this route and other easily accessible walks within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park please visit

Walk of the Month
Published 13/07/2018


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