If you’re a keen kayaker, surfer or windsurfer, you may not have thought that one of our places could be your passport to a perfect day out. Why not try one of our kayaking taster sessions at Stackpole, Aberdaron, Porthdinllaen and Plas Newydd? See the coast from a different perspective.
With nearly 200 miles of Welsh coast and more than 45,000 hectares of countryside being cared for by us, it’s worth remembering that we look after much more than houses and gardens.
Rock pooling at Traeth Llyfn
Hana remembers the time spent as a child rock pooling at Traeth Llyfn and wonders if she will take her children to trhat special place too.
The secret sands of Porthoer, Llyn peninsula
Rob, the community ranger on Llyn, reveals why he enjoys Porthoer so much.
Raife Gaskell, National Trust surf ambassador
Raife spent his childhood on Pembrokeshire beaches, where he spent more time in the Atlantic than on dry land. He started competitive surfing aged nine and really found his feet when he grabbed a long…
Surf’s up at Porthoer, Llyn
Tomos would recommend Porthoer on the Llyn peninsula to anyone who wants to experience the thrill of surfing. Its been his favourite from the very first time he went there.
Leni's adrenalin-charged adventure
Wet, wild and wicked is how I'd describe a coasteering trip with Preseli Adventure, a fully licensed coasteering company who enjoy using the National Trust Pembrokeshire coastline in the name of adrenalin.