Situated between the villages of St Ishmaels and Herbrandston, Sandy Haven is a small sandy beach with some stepping stones, plenty of seaweed covered rocks and a small stream.
The stepping stones can be accessed for a couple of hours either side of low tide and make for ideal crabbing opportunities. The seaweed covered rocks can provide plenty of fun also - hunting for limpets and other shell fish hidden under the seaweed.
Access to Sandy Haven is via a very narrow single lane track. There are no amenities at Sandy Haven save for a small car park with a low (7ft) height restriction.
For refreshments or lunch time meals head for The Brook Inn at St Ishmaels.
If you head for Herbrandston be sure to take a look at St Mary's Church with its very odd looking tower.