by Katy Depledge
Fancy going coasteering in Pembrokeshire? You’ve come to the right place!
If you’re a fan of swimming, climbing and coastal scenery – then we’ve got the activity for you. Coasteering is an adrenaline-fuelled activity that’s sure to provide an unforgettable experience.
Pembrokeshire is the home of coasteering, with picture-perfect coastlines, dramatic cliffs and the popular Blue Lagoon on its doorstep.
Embark on an adventure of a lifetime and go coasteering in Pembrokeshire…
Before you read our guide on coasteering in Pembrokeshire, let’s find out all about the adrenaline-filled activity of coasteering.
So, what exactly is coasteering? Coasteering is a combination of climbing, cliff jumping, wild swimming and cave exploring – not for the faint-hearted. As well as the adrenaline rush you get from coasteering, it’s also a chance to get up close and personal with the local wildlife.
Coasteering is one of our favourite things to do in Pembrokeshire. Are you up for the adventure?
It can be! That’s why we’d always recommend that you go coasteering in Pembrokeshire with an accredited operator. Your guide led expedition will not only show you the best coasteering techniques but also the best caves to explore, the safest coasteering spots and the most fascinating wildlife locations.
Coasteering with a guide is a safe activity that can be enjoyed by the whole family. There are over 100 recognised National Coasteering Charter (NCC) member providers and thousands of people who enjoy exploring the coastlines safely every year.
In short, going with a local operator will ensure you get the most out of your coasteering adventure.
Yes! As long as you’re over eight and can swim doggy paddle, then you can go coasteering in Pembrokeshire. You’ll be provided with a wetsuit and buoyancy aid to help you keep afloat and keep warm as well as a safety helmet to keep you safe.
Coasteering is a fun activity that anyone can try – you just have to be brave enough to take the first jump.
📌 St Davids | Prices from £75 | Tel: 01437 721611
TYF began their coasteering tours back in 1986 and since then have taken over 200,000 people on a journey along the wild and wonderful Pembrokeshire coast.
Guaranteeing high-quality adventures, TYF are based in the delightful town of St Davids, one of the most picturesque towns in Pembrokeshire. Embark on a day of scrambling, leaping and traversing along the rugged coastline with the original coasteering company.
📌 Mathry, Haverfordwest | Prices from £52 | Tel: 01348 837709
Providing coasteering sessions along the North Pembrokeshire coastline for over 25 years, Preseli Venture offers a range of activities from half-day coasteering sessions to full weekends of adventure.
Preseli Venture are located in North Pembrokeshire, just a 30-minute drive from Haverfordwest. All guides and instructors are fully qualified, giving you the chance to experience the thrill of adventure without any concerns.
📌 Trehenlliw Farm, St Davids | Prices from £30 | Tel: 07421 831462
Specialising in private family and friend groups, The Real Adventure Company offers an exclusive coasteering experience. No two adventures are the same with the Real Adventure Company, with multiple coasteering routes available to suit all ages and fitness levels.
For something a little different, The Real Adventure Company also offer sunset coasteering, where you can soak up the magical cliff views as the sun sets over the Pembrokeshire Coast.
📌 Trefin, Haverfordwest | Prices from £45 | Tel: 07855 194533
Established by Martin Leonard who has over 20 years of experience delivering sea and land adventures, Coastal Adventures is a small company providing personal, tailor-made expeditions.
Whether you’re looking for a half-day coasteering experience or a week-long personal development program, get in touch with Coastal Adventures and experience the beauty of the Pembrokeshire Coast.
📌 Abereiddy Beach, St Davids | Prices from £40 | Tel: 07855 954702
Abereiddy is a gorgeous spot in the heart of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, home to the stunning Blue Lagoon. Abereiddy’s Blue Lagoon is a popular spot for coasteering, boasting aqua blue water and dramatic cliffs.
MUUK Adventures demonstrates the beauty of this hidden gem with their daily coasteering sessions taking place between April and October.
📌 Abereiddy Beach, St Davids | Prices from £50 | Tel: 01348 837337
Celtic Quest Coasteering are coasteering experts with specialist knowledge in Abereiddy and the Blue Lagoon. Their mission is to make coastal exploration accessible to all (aged 5 years+).
Spend 2-2 ½ hours exploring the right-hand side of the bay before finishing off in the idyllic waters of the Blue Lagoon.
📌 Tenby | Prices from £50 | Tel: 07880 746892
Discover and explore a hidden world of caves and wildlife in and around Tenby. Tenby Coasteering is located in the heart of the coastal town, with coasteering routes just a couple of minutes’ walk away from their base.
Tenby Coasteering offers an adventure to remember; jump, climb, swing and discover hidden gems along the stunning South Pembrokeshire coastline.
📌 Barafundle Bay | Tel: 07977 543396
Activity Pembrokeshire claims itself to be the one-stop-shop for activity breaks in West Wales. Coasteering is by far one of their most popular activities. Explore the delights of Barafundle Bay, one of the best beaches in Pembrokeshire. Join your experienced guide and spend a day climbing, swimming and jumping, surrounded by Pembrokeshire’s charming coastline.
Looking for a place to stay whilst coasteering in Pembrokeshire? Browse these holiday cottages in Pembrokeshire and enjoy a holiday along the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.
Coasteering without an accredited guide can be very dangerous. Use an accredited guide to ensure that your coasteering adventure is enjoyed safely.
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