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From The Open Road To The Open Ocean…

The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park accommodates everyone and anyone, from dog walkers to thrill seekers.

Starting off with the aforementioned, the National Park offers hundreds of winding paths that lead you to magical parts of the park that would otherwise go unseen, from secret caves that you clamber to reach, to an auspicious oasis for animals to shelter in. There is something awaiting you around every twist and turn of this magnificent park. Out of all the paths, the park is host to one that sticks out more than any of them. The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path traverses its way through 186 miles of the picturesque Pembrokeshire landscape. The coastal path passes through all the areas best bits of the park such as; beaches, coves and sheer cliff edges so if you’re in a hurry and don’t want to miss what this beautiful park has to offer a short section of the path is a definite recommendation as no trip to the park is complete without a walk along the coastal path, even if you don’t walk the entire 186 miles of it…

Pembrokeshire Coast Coastal Path

Moving on from the relaxing strolls along the coast to taking a chilly dive into the Celtic Sea, the Pembrokeshire coast is rich in water sport and activities, from kayaking to scuba diving, this coast is not for the tame of heart. On your adventures, you will likely come across a wide range of animals, from bearded tits to the iconic puffin. Avert your eyes to the bottomless abyss beneath you and keep a keen eye out for dolphins, orcas (killer whales) and even a basking shark, not common to the Welsh coast but migrates in synchronisation with the seasons.

If getting wet isn’t for you, you can shelter in the safety of a tour boat, experience everything a visitor would in a kayak but from the slightly less wet environment of a boat. Most tour boats in the area ensure that wildlife spotting is a big part of the experience, similar to a kayaking tour just not in a wet suit…

If you’ve had enough of the chilly Celtic sea you can clamber your way up the legendary cliffs (or just wait till the boat returns to port) Pembrokeshire is well known across the world for its 3,000 climbing routes to pick from, each one metres above the crashing waves, slamming against the Ordovician rocks that make up 99% of the coastline below your feet. If this sounds up your street but you have zero idea with where to start and can’t tell the difference between Top Roping to Trad Climbing, there are a number of indoor climbing centres nearby for you to get your bearings at.

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