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If you're a thrill seeker then there are plenty of activities within a short car journey. Why not enjoy a full day of thrills and excitement at Oakwood Leisure Park, one of the UK's top Adventure Parks. Or how about experiencing the adrenaline rush of Coasteering, the newest extreme sports to hit our shores.

Pembrokeshire is a great place for adrenalin-fuelled fun, with dozens of specialist activity companies providing a mouth-watering selection of must-try activities. These include the sport of coasteering, which was actually invented on the cliff faces and inlets around the Pembrokeshire coastline.


Oakwood Leisure Park
A fun day out for all the family. Experience adrenalin rides such as; Speed, Bounce, Megaphobia. The day ends with spectacular nighttime show and firework display.

Venture Jet
The original Pembrokeshire jet boat experience! Wildlife adventures: Visit Ramsey and other inshore islands; go further offshore and enjoy dolphin and whale watching; specialised jet manoeuvres. No propellers to damage wildlife.

BP Karting
Open all year all weather. Centre for family fun or competitive racing from 8 years. Race suits, helmets, gloves and instruction by experienced staff. Booking not always necessary - suggest phone to check availability. "Arrive and Drive" sessions, 10, 20 and 40 laps, Grand Prix / endurance events 16 yrs+ pre-booking required.


Coasteering, Rock Climbing, & Canoeing
There are some great coasteering venues dotted along the Pembrokeshire coastline – well known spots include round and about Stackpole Quay in South Pembrokeshire, the busy but ever popular St Non’s coasteer near St Davids through to the beautiful and less frequented coast of the Pencaer peninsular where the coastline has a true ‘wilderness’ feel.

Kite Surfing
Big Blue Kite surfing was set up with the aim of providing safe high quality kite surfing tuition in the beautiful Pembrokeshire Coast national park. Professional power kiting, kite land-boarding and kite surfing courses. Beginner to Advanced, ages 7-70.

Mountain Biking
The Mountain Bike trails in Pembrokeshire are more geared to the family and novice riders than those who demand the more adventurous and technically difficult rides, There are many bike trails including road and off road sections that are relatively easy rides, and though this might be a bit disappointing for experienced bikers there are some more demanding trails available including the Preselis.

West Wales is one of the best places in Britain for diving. Its clear green waters are warmed by the Gulf Stream and there's a superb range of dive sites from offshore islands to ship wrecks, not to mention one of only three Marine Nature Reserves in Britain around Skomer Island.

Pembrokeshire has a fantastic range of surf breaks to suit everyone from beginner to expert. Beginners and intermediates are especially well catered for, with plenty of user-friendly beaches such as Llangennith, Newgale and Whitesands, which have consistent, small waves ideal for learning on or developing your technique.

For the beginners Preseli Venture offers half day and 2 day surfing session and courses. BSA qualified instructors will teach you all you need to know about surfing to get the very best out of this world renowned coastline where Atlantic ocean swells, beautiful beaches, clean green waves, birds and seals make this a real surfers paradise.