Broad Haven is a sheltered beach just to the west of St Govan's Head on the south Pembrokshire coast. At its inland end it almost joins the peaceful low valleys occupied by the Bosherston Lily Ponds. Out to one side (or sometimes it seems to be in the middle) is Church Rock, so named as it resembles a church and spire. This is a popular surfing beach. (Not to be confused with the other Broad Haven which is on St Bride's Bay, the southern end of Pembrokeshire's west coast).