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New Quay Honey Farm

New Quay Honey Farm has an indoor live bee exhibition, the largest of its kind in Wales. Bees can be seen working in a variety of natural habitats and also in man-made hives which open to show the mysteries of the bees' nest. All these displays can be viewed behind glass in complete safety. There is

Marros Riding Centre

Marros Riding Centre is a family owned and run business in between Amroth, Pembrokeshire and Pendine, Carmarthenshire. All our staff are ABRS and or BHS qualified and are first aid trained. We are approved by the ABRS and a Pony Club approved Centre. We offer horse riding for everyone and offer th

Bwlch Y Gueffordd Gardens

A garden like no other. A children’s adventure and fantasy garden, a wildlife garden, a water garden, and sculpture park 1,000 feet up in the hills above Bronant. At the centre is a lake, full of gorgeous water lilies. This is surrounded by a number of diverse sub gardens, ranging from oriental t

Morfa Bay Adventure

Morfa Bay Adventure has become one of Wales' leading outdoor pursuits providers over recent years, providing adventure activities for all ages and abilities across Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire. Our centre is situated in Pendine on the Carmarthenshire/Pembrokeshire border. We provide nume

Newgale Beach

Newgale is a 2 mile long sandy beach backed by a pebble bank, located between Solva and Nolton Haven on St Bride’s Bay in Pembrokeshire. The beach is popular for surfers with surfing and kite-surfing tuition and board hire available from the shop. At the southern end of the beach there is a walk thr

Cwmtydu Beach

Cwmtydu beach is situated between Llangrannog and New Quay on the Ceredigion Coast Path and there are stunning views from the footpath on both sides of the beach over the Cardigan Bay coastline. Seals and dolphins can be spotted and in late summer Atlantic Grey seal pups can sometimes be seen on th

Whitesands Beach

Whitesands beach is in St David’s bay, overlooked by Carn Llidi and set between Point St John to the south and St David’s Head to the north. It is very popular with surfers, canoeists and body boarders, especially at the northern end of the beach. The quieter south end of the beach is sheltered w

Saundersfoot Beach

Saundersfoot is a large south-east facing golden sandy beach. The village has plenty of facilities and the shallow waters make the beach popular with families. The harbour offers the opportunity to take fishing and sightseeing trips along the Pembrokeshire coastline and there is easy access to th

National Showcaves Centre for Wales

The National Showcaves Centre for Wales at Abercrave, Swansea offers the experience of a lifetime. Dan-yr-Ogof Show Cave was first discovered in 1912 and has since proved to be an important cave complex with over 10 miles of cave and possibly more yet to be discovered. Enter through Cathedral Ca

Dyfed Shire Horse Farm

Come and join us at Dyfed Shire Horse Farm, a tourist attraction at the foot of the Preseli Mountains in West Wales. Have a day of fun and nostalgia as you get to know these majestic ‘gentle giants’. We have plenty to do for the whole family, whatever the weather. You can take a tractor ride around

Tenby Harbour Beach

Tenby Harbour Beach is a small and picturesque beach sheltered by the harbour wall and surrounded by pastel coloured Georgian buildings. The sands are ideal for young children and the beach is only minutes from the town centre. The harbour is home to the Sailing Club and the Fishermen's Chapel. A

Little Haven Beach

Little Haven Beach is a sheltered, small sandy and rocky inlet in the village of Little Haven in St Bride’s Bay. The village is a quaint fishing village with steep streets descending to the beach where there is a slipway making it popular for boating and it hosts the RNLI lifeboat station and shop

Amroth Beach

Amroth is at the southern start of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path and its half mile long, flat, sandy beach with safe swimming makes it ideal for families. The huge expanse of sand at low tide is perfect for all sorts of beach games. It is possible at low tide to see the remains of a petrified fores

Nolton Haven Beach

Nolton Haven beach sits between Newgale Sands and Broad Haven in St Bride’s Bay. It is an un-crowded sandy beach popular for surfing, swimming and boating – there is a slipway on the beach. The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path borders the beach offering the opportunity to walk north to Solva and St Davi

Broadhaven South Beach

Broadhaven South is a wide, sheltered and sandy beach, well know for Church Rock which rises out of the water about 150yds from the shore. It has dramatic cliff views and is backed by dunes that lead from The National Trust owned Bosherston Lily ponds. This beach has loads of soft sand at low tide

Freshwater East Beach

A wide sheltered bay of golden sand backed by dunes, Freshwater East is well known for its clear blue water and is a favourite with families. It rarely gets crowded even in summer and there is plenty of space for ball games at low tide. There are lots of fossils to be found in the sand and watersp

Marloes Sands

Marloes Sands is situated on the Marloes Peninsula at the southern end of St Brides Bay, close to Dale and Musselwick Sands. The beach is a broad and curved, isolated stretch of sand with rocky outcrops along its length including the Three Chimneys; three vertical slabs of sandstone and mudstone.

Freshwater West Beach

Freshwater West near Castlemartin in South Pembrokeshire is a popular destination for surfers. The beach which faces due West is surrounded by sand dunes and has a mixture of fine sand and pebbles. The water quality is excellent and the area is home to many types of bird, seals, otters and the occ

Swanlake Bay Beach

Swanlake Bay is a secluded shingle beach with sand exposed at low tide, situated in a bay and backed by low cliffs. Located on the south coast of Pembrokeshire between Freshwater East and Manorbier Bay, Swanlake Bay is popular for swimming, fishing and walking and is close to the Pembrokeshire Coas

Adventure Beyond

Would you like to try canoeing, kayaking, gorge walking, coasteering, hill walking, white water rafting, snorkelling, rock climbing or abseiling? Join us for adventurous activities in the varied landscapes of Wales. We’ll tailor the activity to suit your needs, whether you want an adrenaline fix
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