Things to see & do in Wales
Have you ever watched the surfers ride beautifully clean waves or kayakers tackle the foaming white water on holiday and thought you'd like to ‘have a go'
Well you can! In Pembrokeshire anything is possible,there is something for all ages and abilities.
Pembrokeshire offers one of the best outdoor leisure centres in Europe where you'll find some of the best environments for a dozen or more adventurous activities, whether it's climbing or kayaking, kite surfing or diving, sailing or coasteering. The fantastic scenery is beautiful, surrounded on 3 sides by water, the coastline has been protected and preserved as a National Park since 1952 and remains the only UK National Park recognised primarily for its coastline.
On dry land, Pembrokeshire is home to the world renowned Coastal Path which winds its way around the magnificent bays and spectacular headlands of the only coastal National Park in Britain. The 186 mile, 299 km trek is a strenuous undertaking if you want to complete it from start to finish, you'll need 10 to 15 days. But most people walk a section at a time always vowing to return and complete the whole path.
What ever your activity of choice, you'll find it in Pembrokeshire.
We have some of the best beaches in the country, providing perfect conditions for surfing. The coast line within the National Park provides us with many venues, so there is always somewhere suitable for learning to surf.
There are rides to suit all ages, from beginners to experienced cyclists, whether it be Mountain Biking, Touring or tearing up the roads on a Racing Bike. Most cycle shops in the area provide a hire service and many sell maps, books and routes to cater for all tastes. The possibilities are endless and you can make it as easy or as hard as you like. Family cycling in Pembrokeshire is particularly good and children and parents alike will appreciate the relaxed experience.
The Princes Trust Pembrokeshire adventure Centre located
Rambling & Walking
Walking is a pastime that many do to relax and wind down. For others who take it that step further and use our mountains and open spaces to navigate a path of their own.
The traditional open canoe is a very user-friendly craft, completely at home exploring inland waterways.
Pembrokeshire offers a diverse landscape for the horserider. wonderful sandy beaches for a good canter or gallop with networks of rural lanes for hacking, or off road riding with spectacular views.
Sailing & Boat trips
Take a boat trip to view the fabulous wildlife in the area, including whales, dolphins,porpoises, puffins.