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CoasteeringThe Pembrokeshire Coast has once again been named one of the best places to visit, this time from the Guardian which features an article about the best places to go for water activities as part of a 1000 things to do with kid’s series. Pictured is a company that works in the historic area of St Davids, Pembrokeshire which offers a wealth of activities from coasteering, kayaking, surfing and rock climbing for locals or holidaymakers staying in Coastal Cottage Wales alike.

Pembrokeshire is renowned for its water activities. The only county that is a coastal national park it is a great area of the country to try your hand at water activities that you have never tried and sometimes maybe not even heard of. Companies specialising in activities, courses and training in the county offers opportunities for gentle introductions to mind blowing adrenalin rushes within the water.

Warm, clean waters await you along with fantastic wildlife and amazing scenery. From beginners to expects, 8 years old to 80 are always welcome to try their hand at scrambling and climbing rocky coastlines, cliff jumping and swimming. Turning rocks over and exploring caves. The only condition is that you don a helmet and wear a wet suit.

People travel from far and wide to experience the great Pembrokeshire Coastline and all the activities on offer there, with many choosing a Luxury Cottages Pembrokeshire to stay in; after all, you may appreciate a bit of luxury after a wet and wild day in the waters of Pembrokeshire.

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