Coasteering, Abereiddi to Abermawr

Lady jumping into the sea as part of coasteering group

Coasteering is the ultimate way to see the sea and enjoy the outdoors, with rock climbing, cliff jumping and swimming all part of the fun.

Taking the plunge in North Pembrokeshire is easy too. The area’s a coasteering capital and boasts a wealth of coves, sea caves and cliffs that were made for exploring… all with the help of an expert, of course.

It’s an adventure that the whole family can join in with as trips are tailored to suit your style, whether that’s active and adrenaline-charged or blissful and awe-inspired.

Make a splash

Along the Abereiddi and Abermawr coast, and the Strumble peninsula, we’re working closely with the lovely people at Preseli Venture. They’re one of several local outdoor activity providers who take groups into this amazing and precious coastal environment.

Their family-friendly Coastal Discovery Wildlife Tours are great for learning more about the area, wildlife spotting and making a splash. The tours are led by a qualified activity guide with a National Trust ranger.

Join in with a Coastal Discovery Wildlife Tour
A group coasteering in Pembrokeshire

Choosing a local operator

For the best coasteering experience, go with a local outdoor activity provider.

Your guide will take you to the finest locations and safest sites to cliff jump at. They should have the right equipment, including rescue and safety gear, a full wetsuit, buoyancy aid and helmet.

Look for a provider that belongs to the Pembrokeshire Outdoor Charter. It’s a sign that they have the right knowledge of our precious coastal environment and can operate here with care and respect.

Are you a provider?

Are you a qualified coasteering activity provider and visiting the area with a group?  Please contact the Pembrokeshire Outdoor Charter group on 01646 405693 or 07977 939325 for more information about the Coasteering Concordat – a single agreement for access to National Trust coasteering venues in Pembrokeshire.