Exhilarating Outdoor Adventures
Pembrokeshire is a world-leader when it comes to outdoor adventures. For one thing, this part of Wales the birthplace of coasteering, pioneered by TYF in nearby St. Davids – it involves scrambling along the shorelines and jumping off rocks and cliffs. Headlined as Fun. Water. Madness! by The Guardian!
And Pembrokeshire also offers some of the best sea kayaking you’ll find anywhere – you might like to “do the bitches” between Ramsey Island and the Welsh mainland, or try a more serene paddle across St. Bride’s Bay. How about catching some fish while you’re at it?
At our local beach of Newgale Sands, you can try surfing the waves, or for land lubbers like me, this is one of the county’s top spots for Kite Surfing. And for those with a head for heights, there’s cliff climbing.
Heading inland, the local paths and countryside offers some wonderful walking and cycling. The Pembrokeshire Coast Path winds its way along the rugged coastline, and there are some wonderful walks and cycles to be enjoyed right across the county, from the Preseli Mountains in the north to the Cleddau in the south.