Take one county surrounded on three sides by water. Add a touch of local knowledge, a dash of infectious enthusiasm and a liberal sprinkling of thrill-seeking and you’ve got the makings of a great centre for watersports. It’s another of the great tourist attractions in Pembrokeshire.
Within Pembrokeshire are specialist watersports companies which have helped turn the natural coastline environment into a varied and enticing outdoor playground. From coasteering, kayaking, sailing and diving to jet boat trips that let you explore caves and get close to seals, birds, porpoises and dolphins. There is an activity, and an adrenalin charge, for everyone.
Having the coastline on our doorstep means the beach is hard to resist, whatever the weather. Locals love to surf, bodyboard, ski, swim, paddle. In Pembrokeshire the sea is a part of us all; some take a dip every morning before breakfast. For visitors, it’s here for the taking.
*photo shows the Blue Lagoon, an old slate quarry nearby, with diving spots for the brave.