Druidston Haven Beach by Phil Dolby (Wales Photo Spot)

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Druidston Haven Beach - Photo by Phil Dolby

Druidston Haven Beach is wide and sandy with a few rocks protruding dramatically along the strand and it stretches for over a mile beneath the high cliffs from Druidston caves in the south to Priest’s Vault, North Haven and Madoc’s Haven, just round the headland from Nolton Haven. It is an excellent place to see peregrine falcons, who have their nests in the high cliffs and are frequently seen chasing away the jackdaws, seagulls and pigeons which populate the clifftops. On the far left of the Haven is a waterfall that flows like a white pillar down the cliff onto the sand, an ideal shower for washing the salt and sand off. (Druidston, Wales)

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