Sweethaven is the town where Popeye and his friends live, according to Robert Altman's 1980 film Popeye. It is depicted there as a small seaside village, made of only a few houses, as opposed to the more urban environments they inhabit in the original comics and cartoons.
In the 1987 TV series Popeye and Son the town is also identified as Sweethaven notably in the opening animation by the huge sign spelling "SWEET HAVEN" on a hill, not unlike the Hollywood Sign. Again shown as a small seaside town, in this setting later in Popeye's life it is seen to have grown and modernized considerably.
In the 1980 film, Sweethaven was portrayed by the Popeye Village in Malta, which was built for the occasion but still stands as a tourist attraction.