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Coasteering in Pembrokeshire, Wales

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Coasteering is a unique adventure sport where you experience the exhilaration of sea level traversing, rock climbing, cliff jumping and swimming into sea caves.

Coasteering has its origins in the late 19th century and historically has been used as an alternative description for sea-level traversing.

Sections of North Pembrokeshire coast are just perfect for the adrenalin packed adventure sport of coasteering, with the emphasis on cliff jumping, climbing, rock gully swimming, cave exploration, rock scrambling, and wave riding. In addition to the thrill and adventurous experience, enjoy the seclusion of new explored routes and awe inspiring nature of the coastline with no views of towns, caravan parks, and no other people; just beautiful, clean, unsullied wilderness, brimming with seals, sea birds, idyllic coves, sandy beaches and rocky headlands.

Strictly NOT recommended for the faint hearted and at the expense of being verbose – if squealing on spotting seals around you, holding jellyfish or jumping from a cliff are not your cuppa tea, skip this one! Just enjoy the picturesque coastline!


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Source: Preselie Venture