Things to do and see when on holiday in Wales
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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

Cardigan Bay Watersports

Cardigan Bay Watersports, situated in the middle of beautiful Cardigan Bay, is sheltered from prevailing winds and offers ideal conditions for all levels of experience and ability from 8 years up. A variety of water sports is on offer including windsurfing, kayaking, dinghy sailing, yacht cruis

Dragon Activity Guides

Dragon Activity Guides are a multi-adventure activity provider based in Pembrokeshire, offering Coasteering, Kayaking, Surfing and Rock Climbing, all year round. Whether it is something you have never tried before or have done hundreds of times, Dragon Activity Guides will tailor the session to

Sealyham Activity Centre

Sealyham Activity Centre offers exhilarating and stimulating experiences for children and adults alike, from surfing, coasteering, canoeing, kayaking, sailing, ropes courses, climbing, survival training, archery and hill walking. Our team of qualified instructors will work with individuals or small

Walkin on Water

WALKIN on WATER is West Wales' premier surf school, providing quality surfing instruction to individuals and groups of all abilities, the emphasis being on safety and fun. Lessons take place in a variety of carefully selected locations within Cardigan Bay and Pembrokeshire, to match ability a

Tree Tops Trail

The Tree Tops Trail will, without doubt, give you a day to remember. With four high ropes adventure courses and two junior courses to test your skills, you will be swinging through the trees at heights up to 40 feet for about 2 hours before returning to earth via the numerous zip wires. Initially

Oakwood Theme Park

At Oakwood, you can enjoy a jam-packed day out with rollercoasters, rides and attractions for all ages. Visit Spooky Street with Spooky 3-D, Creepy Crawler Rollercoaster and our Which Hunt maze. For more daring visitors, ride the adrenaline-fuelled Megafobia, the UK’s number-one wooden roller

1940s Swansea Bay

Visit the 1940s Swansea Bay museum to discover for yourself what life was like for civilians on the ‘Home Front’ during World War II. 1940s Swansea Bay tells the story of the impact of the German Luftwaffe bombing raids on the area, and how the local people managed to cope with the devastation. S

Mayberry Kayaking

Explore the natural beauty of the north Pembrokeshire coastline with its towering cliffs, caves, rocky outcrops and secluded beaches - the sea kayak will allow you to reach places that others can’t get to. Looking at the Pembrokeshire Coast from a sea kayak will enable you to see so much more th

Solva Sailboats

Learn how to sail or drive a small powerboat with Solva Sailboats sailing school. Experience the fine sailing and abundant wildlife in beautiful St Brides Bay, a wonderful place to learn how to handle a boat. Able and confident sailors are welcome to sail unaccompanied. We offer lively fun for al

Pwllgwaelod Beach

A small, sandy beach with cliffs on either side, Pwllgwaelod faces west with views across Fishguard bay to Fishguard harbour. It is an enclosed, gently shelving beach with plenty of rock pools and low rocks to scramble on. A three mile walk from Pwllgwaelod around Dinas Island to Cwm yr Eglwys tak

Newport Beach

The historic town of Newport stands near the mouth of the River Nevern and it has two beaches - one on each side of the estuary. The Parrog is on the Southern side, nearest to the town and although it is sheltered the unpredictable currents around the river here make swimming dangerous. Newport S

Clerkenhill Adventure Farm

A warm welcome awaits you at our working family farm, nestled in a picturesque Pembrokeshire valley. Clerkenhill Adventure Farm is a great value day out for everyone. Follow the safe adventure trail through the spooky woodland with lots of interesting swings and slides and sights along the way, w

Ceibwr Bay

Ceibwr Bay is owned by the National Trust and is within Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. It sits on the south side of Cardigan Bay close to the village of Moylegrove. The beach is a small inlet of sand and rocks surrounded by high cliffs. This is not a place to swim but is an ideal place to s

Ynyslas Beach

The sandy beach and dunes of Ynyslas are 1.5 miles north of Borth in Cardigan Bay. It is a lovely place to walk or to relax on the beach but strong currents make it unsuitable for swimming. The area is part of the Dyfi National Nature Reserve which includes Borth Bog (Cors Fochno), The Dyfi Estuary

Machinations

Just east of Machynlleth in Llanbrynmair, this unique visitor centre is open all year with something for everyone whatever age, interest or need. Machinations is the only permanent exhibition of contemporary Automata (mechanical moving models) in Britain. The hands-on interactive moving model ch

Battlefield Live Pembrokeshire Laser Combat

Fun & outdoor adventure awaits you at Wales' premier, award-winning laser combat venue. It's the most fun you'll have dressed in camo gear. Finalist in the 'Best Experience in Pembrokeshire' award 2016, our award-winning outdoor activity provides a great day out for the whole

Lost Legends of The Stone Circle

Follow the snaking paths of a simple maze to find 8 mythical stories, a host of intriguing characters and The Stone Circle. Complete the quiz and win yourself a medal!

Hangar 5 Trampoline Park

Bounce into infinity and get airborne at Hangar 5 – Wales’ first and biggest indoor trampoline park! With a dodgeball court, slam dunk hoops, giant air bag, punch bags and volleyball court amongst over 100-interconnecting trampolines, there is fun for the entire family! Hangar 5 also has a Soft Play

West Wales Museum of Childhood

The Museum of Childhood has several exhibitions of toys including displays of costume and Welsh traditions and an old-fashioned toyshop. The 'Oriel Amser' (Gallery of Time) features a 100-year timeline from 1900 to the present day as well as themed displays of dolls, soft toys and many others. An ol
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