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Milford Haven

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Milford Haven [1] (Welsh: Aberdaugleddau) is located near the River Cleddau, and with a population of around 15,000 is the largest town in Pembrokeshire.


Once a thriving fishing port, Milford's history dates back to the Vikings era. The town still serves large European fishing vessels, though in recent times it is more associated with tourism and leisure. It is home to an impressive marina.

Get in[edit]

By train[edit]

There is a direct service from Manchester. From London, travelers need to change in Swansea.

By bus[edit]

By car[edit]

Get around[edit]


  • Dockside Gallery. Showcases arts and crafts by local artists.
  • Pembroke Castle


  • Boat safari





There is a wide range of small hotels and guest houses in the town.


Get out[edit]

  • Tenby. An attractive town located around a picturesque harbor. Tenby is about a twenty minute drive from Milford Haven.
  • St Davids. The UK's smallest city - impressive cathedral.

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