About Milford Haven

Situated on the coast of south west Wales, near the mouth of the River Cleddau, Milford Haven is the largest town in the county of Pembrokeshire. Vikings took shelter here back in the 9th and 10th century, then in the late 18th century the Nantucket Quaker Whalers made it their home for the great whaling fleets of the age, building the city on the American grid system.

Today, as well as being a busy industrial port, it offers a quayside lined with cafés, restaurants and shops and boasts some fine Georgian houses - particularly along Hamilton Terrace. The Pembrokeshire Coast Path runs through the city of which the highlights are the golden beaches of Lindsway Bay and Sandy Haven.

Milford Haven is also your gateway to the wider Pembrokeshire region. The mighty fortress of Pembroke Castle, birthplace of Henry Tudor, tells the tale of medieval life through its endless passages, stairways and exhibitions and boasts beautiful grounds. Whilst Pembrokeshire Coast National Park offers inspiring landscapes of rugged cliffs, beaches, estuaries and hills.


Shore excursions in Milford Haven

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