The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is a national park along the Pembrokeshire coast in west Wales, covering a total area of 243 square miles. It is one of three National Parks in Wales, the others being the Brecon Beacons and Snowdonia, and the only one to have been created because of its stunning coastline in the entire UK. It has often been referred to as one of the best coastal destinations in the world.
Explore the Pembrokeshire Coast
Adventures that you can do on your own, with the right knowledge, skills and equipment
AbereiddyHaverfordwest, SA62 6DT
Arch ZawnPembroke, SA71
BroadhavenBroad Haven, Haverfordwest, SA62 3JG
Caerbwdi Bay (Caer Bwdy Bay)Pembrokeshire Coast Path, St Davids, Haverfordwest SA62 6UH, UK
Chapel PointBosherston, Pembroke, SA71 5DP
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Our favourite activities on the Pembrokeshire Coast
Suitable for all ages, surfing is an accessible activity for all ages and with miles and miles of coastline to explore in the UK you’re never too far from the surf.
From paddling the flat waters of the UK’s canals to riding the waves on a sit-on-top kayak or tackling the white water of a raging river, there’s a type of kayaking to suit every type of adventurer.
Sailing is not just for the elite, many providers offer skippered trips as well as training for beginners so you can explore the waters and coastlines of the UK (or wherever the wind takes you).
One of life’s simple pleasures, wild swimming is not only a great way to connect with the landscape, but boasts many documented health benefits too.