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Nolton Haven sunset
Nolton Haven, Dyfed, Wales
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Nolton Haven is a small village - actually little more than a hamlet - on the Pembrokeshire coast about 6 miles northwet of Haverfordwest. The beach at Nolton Haven is set between two long headlands, with the land on both side curving inwards to create a beautiful semi-circular harbour. The beach is more shingle than sand, unlike Newgale just to the north, but the sheltered harbour looks almost due west, making it a lovely, secluded place to watch the sun set in the west.

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