Druidston Haven is a wide sandy beach situated in St Brides Bay between Newgale and Broad Haven, and reached by a narrow lane. There is some roadside parking available where the width of the lane permits, but the lane is mostly single track so parking is very limited and traffic problems are likely during busy periods. Access to the beach is down a wide stony path which emerges on the pebble bank at the back of the beach. The cliffs are of boulder clay with slates and shales forming the immediate headlands. Graptolite fossils can be found in the slates. The beach itself is wide and sandy at low tide but at high tide the sand is completely covered. Madoc's Haven is at the northern end, and is a beach of sand, rock-pools and caves. It can only be easily reached along the shore from Druidston for about 1½ hours either side of low tide. Dogs are allowed at all times.
The surf here is similar to Newgale, but slightly smaller and best between low and mid-tide. There can be strong currents around low tide.