Whether you are looking for a leisurely and relaxed boat trip to one of the offshore islands, a quiet cruise around the bays or a crazy, nail-biting jet boat career round the coast, Pembrokeshire has the full menu.
Climbing has been a popular sport in Pembrokeshire for many years with a large variety of spots for this challenging and demanding sport.
Coasteering is an adventurous water and land sport pioneered in Pembrokeshire where it has become a popular activity enjoyed by tourists and locals alike.
With many miles of SusTrans cycleways criss-crossing the county and a network of bridleways and footpaths, Pembrokeshire offers cyclists the opportunity of exploring some beautiful countryside.
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There are few nicer, more picturesque places in the world than Pembrokeshire and the sights and sounds of the countryside are only enhanced with a trained bird of prey flying along side you as you walk through lush, green fields and beautiful woodland.
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Whether you want to enjoy some sea-angling from boats, rocks, beaches or jetties, or make catches in the ponds, lakes, rivers and reservoirs in the area, the choice is wide in Pembrokeshire.
Pembrokeshire is well-served with golf facilities with long-established clubs like Tenby, Haverfordwest, Milford Haven, Newport and St Davids.
With 116 miles of public bridleways within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park alone, there are plenty of opportunities in the County for equestrian activities.
Kayaking is a sport to which the beautiful Pembrokeshire inland waterways and coast, rich in history, spectacular in scenery and wildlife, lends itself perfectly.
You will see kitesurfers at many of Pembrokeshire favourite surfing beaches, particularly Freshwater West and Newgale, and they provide a focus of interest to people watching from the shore.
Mountain biking is a growing sport in Pembrokeshire where there are several trails, ranging from challenging while others making for easy riding.
From Poppit Sands in the north right round to Saundersfoot and Amroth in the south, the Pembrokeshire coast is renowned for its wonderful beaches and a variety of beach and reef breaks that make it a surfer’s and paddleboarder’s paradise.
Most paragliding in Pembrokeshire takes place around the coast since unauthorised use of the Preseli Hills has been banned.
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Pembrokeshire is a photographer’s paradise, with its castles, quaint villages, waterways, old towns and farmsteads and its abundant wildlife.
If anyone who has seen powerboats zipping up and down Milford Haven Waterway at impressive speeds wonders where they come from, it is surprising how many adventure and watersports providers there are offering powerboating experience in Pembrokeshire.
With the sea on three sides and miles of wide navigable estuarine waters to explore, opportunities for sailing are numerous in Pembrokeshire.
Pembrokeshire has become a mecca for surfers as the county is blessed with so many Blue and Green Flag beaches that surfers, windsurfers, body boarders and kite surfers alike are spoiled for choice.
The variety of walking opportunities in Pembrokeshire is boundless, with rolling hills, beautiful wooded valleys and estuaries and, of course, the 180-mile long Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Footpath.