Sailing at Dale

By Kathryn Slade Sailing at Dale

Dale is a pretty village nestled in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. The village is popular because of its safe beaches, which make it perfect for activities on the water!

Sailing is very popular in Dale, it is great for beginners and the more seasoned sailors alike! West Wales, Wind, Surf and Sailing is the place to go if you want to learn how to sail. West Wales Watersports is a fully accredited RYA training centre with highly qualified and experienced instructors. They offer a range of courses that cater for all ages and abilities.

Teaching takes place in the sheltered mile wide bay on a variety of boats enabling you to learn in a safe environment!   

If sailing isn’t for you then you can try your hand at surfing and kayaking or just enjoy a paddle in the sea.

Pembrokeshire surfers

Dale is great for wildlife spotting; the area is popular with birds, seals, dolphins and porpoises as well as locals and tourists.

The coastal path here provides breath-taking views, which are worth admiring and photographing!

If you have worked up an appetite (which I’m sure you will have) there are some great choices for food. The Griffin Inn (@GriffinInnDale) is a small traditional inn that has gained nationwide recognition as one of the best places to eat in Pembrokeshire. They have been awarded the ‘Pembrokeshire Produce Mark’ in recognition of their use of locally sourced free-range, organic produce.

Parking in the village is available for £3.50 for the day.

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