The stunning coastline of Pembrokeshire is the ideal playground for the water sport enthusiast. Why not try coasteering, or sample some of the surfing hot-spots. For those wishing for a more relaxed activity why not join a kayaking trip exploring all the caves and inlets around the coast, whilst getting a close up view of the wildlife.
Coasteering was born here in West Wales, inspired by the rugged coastline of West Pembrokeshire. Coasteering is a journey along the tidal margin which combines a mix of swimming, scrambling and jumping. No two Coasteers are ever the same—wind, waves and tide are constantly changing the sea state so you’re always guaranteed a unique journey.
Coasteering is an active journey along the tidal margin which presents a range of challenges along the way. Using a mix of climbing, scrambling, leaping, traversing, swimming, sliding, ducking and jumping you will experience our wild coast through the zawns, gullies, caves, cliffs and reefs of the Pembrokeshire and Cardigan Bay coasts.
With courses starting in Moylgrove, Cardigan Bay Activity will provide everything you need for a truly memorable experience.
Or if you fancy a more daunting experience including the infamous Blue Lagoon, why not try Celtic Quest Coasteering.
Pembrokeshire's coastal national park is a beautiful, unspoiled playground with many secluded bays set in deep, cliff-lined coves. The region's beauty lies in its geography, the three peninsulas offer a wealth of options with breaks facing all points on the compass, as long as there's a big enough swell running then good offshore waves will be breaking somewhere. The main W facing beaches receive SW/W swell, are offshore with wind in the E quadrant and are a consistent bet. The more popular beaches for surfing are Whitesands bay (St Davids), Freshwater West and Newgale. For up to date sea condition please see the Magic Seaweed website.
For surfing lessons why not try Board Games Surfing who are experts in teaching novices to surf.
Clean air and crystal clear waters make Pembrokeshire a haven for kayaking. The rocky arches, towering sea cliffs and rare marine life are just a few of the delights just waiting to be explored on the Pembrokeshire coast national park.
Departing from Lower town Fishguard Kayak King will give you a day out to remember.
Preseli Venture specialise in large groups and can offer you a progressive series of sea kayaking packages to suit the total beginner, stretch the improver paddler, and ensure that enough skills, kayaking fitness and understanding are acquired to go “Island Bagging” as a fully fledged intermediate sea kayaker.
Why not try a completelt different sport of kite surfing or kite boarding.The Big Blue Experience has been an established kite school since 2001. Predominately based on the stunning Newgale sands, their courses are tailored to offer the best introduction to and progression through all aspects of kitesports.
Their instructors are internationally qualified and trained to Big Blue's high standards.The school uses the latest equipment which is changed and maintained regularly.
Since the invention of the wheel a few years back not a lot of changes have been needed. One to mention, however, is the inner tube it was made for the purpose of giving people pleasure by giving them a nice ride.
Take it out of a big wheel, cover it in some fabric, add a couple of handles and what have you got? FUN TIMES.
We head through rapids where every one finds how thrilling mixing white water and tubes can be. After spending many years heading down the rivers Cardigan Bay Activity have found the best places to go tubing in west wales.
Razorbill Sea Safaris
Come and join Razorbill Sea Safaris for an exciting and informative guided ‘Wildlife Sea Safari’ boat trip aboard our passenger Jet RIB from Lower Town Harbour, Fishguard.
Their ultra-maneuverable ex special forces Jet powered RIB ‘Alca Torda’ will take you to see the breathtaking North Pembrokshire Coast.
Our SeaSafari tour will let you experience the coasts abundance of wildlife including Dolphins, Porpoise, Seals and Sea Birds).
Abseil gently downwards with the sea swirling beneath you, and enjoy a tremendous sense of achievement as you climb back to the top of the cliff.
Pembrokeshire has some of the best climbing locations in the UK, suitable for all abilities. With some of the very best climbing guides in the UK, TYF offers world-class coaching through a range of opportunities for beginners and advanced climbers in equal measure.
White Water Rafting
When the river levels increase, it’s time to blow up the raft and get some white water on falls up to grade 4. 10km of natural paddling on white and gently flowing water taking in the best drops on the Teifi. Working as a team with a trained guide, you’ll negotiate the cauldron, surf the wave in preparation for the steep drop finale of Henllan falls.
Rafting is one of the few team-based outdoor sports so it’s a popular choice for group activities and events. You don’t need to be strong or experienced, you just need to hold on! Cardigan Bay Activity will provide everything you need for a truly memorable experience.