This year Visit Wales’, Year of the Sea will be helping to celebrate the sea and other waterways of Wales.
The Wales Coast Path, opened in 2012. It’s the world’s first continuous coastal path, meaning you can now explore 870 miles of the Welsh coast. Its travels as close as possible to the sea at all times. Travelling from North Wales and the Dee Estuary to the South Wales and the Severn Estuary. Along the way you’ll booking out over the Irish sea and Lundy. Wales is proud to have 230 beaches and 50 islands all with unique and beautiful geology and tales that make Wales legendary.
186 miles of the path is located in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. It boasts some other the best views in the UK (although we are a little biased). The path stretches from St. Dogmaels in the North, just outside the county in Cardigan. To the very South of Pembrokeshire in Amroth. It passes a number of wonderful places along the way, all with their own unique character. Villages like Newport, Fishguard and Dale. Harbours such as Lower Town, Stackpole and Solva. Islands like, Ramsey, Skomer and Caldey. Beaches, for instance like Poppit Sands, Ynys Barry and Barafundle.
For all things sea: Pembrokeshire is the place to be!
Here in Pembrokeshire we have a plethora of amazing activities for you to try which are all sea, water, shore or beach based. This is a short list of just some of the activities that you could get up to. Whatever your ability or adventurousness there is something for everyone.
On the Sea: Kayaking, surfing, paddle boarding, sailing, wildlife safaris and fishing.
In the sea: Swimming, coasteering, bodyboarding, snorkeling and diving.
Near the sea: Rock pooling, walking, cycling, beach foraging, climbing and site seeing.
Glasfryn Escapes makes a great base of exploring North Pembrokeshire for short or long stays. And if you’re after some more ideas of different activities in the area why not look at the Visit Pembrokeshire website, here.