Pembrokeshire is a paradise for the outdoor enthusiast and provides some of the most unspoilt, spectacular environments in the country. It is Britain's only truly coastal National Park, covering 240 sq miles (620 sq km) of stunning landscape around Wales' south-western shore. The perfect combination of wild open ocean, calm sheltered estuarine waters, and secluded bays can offer world class water sports conditions. Try diving in one of only three UK Marine Nature Reserves at Skomer, the off shore islands of the Smalls or enjoy some of the finest shore diving around.
Above the water Atlantic swells, consistent wind, and bays facing all directions of the compass give surfers, windsurfers and sailors a dizzying array of options. Throw in coasteering, climbing and kayaking along some of the finest coastal stretches in the land. Why not take a guided boat tour taking in breathtaking scenery and an abundance of wildlife, walk some or all of the 186 miles of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path National Trail, or maybe swim in the clean blue waters of the Atlantic at over 50 beaches in the county. Whatever your passion, whether you're just beginning or a seasoned pro, Pembrokeshire offers unrivalled opportunities for a wide range of activities in peaceful and beautiful surroundings.
Please browse this website for information on a range of activities carried out in Pembrokeshire. We have also included some useful information on how you can minimise your impact when carrying out recreation in the county including codes of conduct and some top tips. We try and manage all of the activities in a sustainable manner ensuring future generations have the same opportunities to enjoy recreation in an unspoilt wildlife rich environment. All of the recreation providers mentioned in the website have signed up to the Pembrokeshire Marine Code/Pembrokeshire Outdoor Charter Groups and follow guidelines that promote sustainability and minimise disturbance to wildlife. We recomend you carry out your activities with them.