Welsh Coastering and Cycling
Wales 5 days ex Cardiff

Explore the ruggedly beautiful coastline of Pembrokshire Coast National Park in 5 action packed days.

The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, established in 1952, is the UK's only coastal National Park taking in 180 miles of the
Pembrokeshire coastline as well as all of it's offshore islands. If you stand on top of the ancient Preseli Hills, source of the "bluestones" of
Stonehenge, you will see spread about you one of Britain's most beautiful and magical landscapes. The north Pembrokeshire peninsular
thrusts out into the Atlantic Ocean, at the southern end of the Irish Sea, an area thankfully left unspoilt by the ravages of industrial society.
The ancient iron-age field enclosures are still remaining, as are the neolithic burial chambers and the bronze-age standing stones.
Hedge-rows covered with wildflowers and supporting a rich and diverse wildlife criss-cross the area. A Pilgrim's route, which leads to St.
Davids cathedral, drops down from the hills and here you can enter the hidden Gwaun Valley, thick with ancient oak woodland, and maybe
pause for a jug of beer, noted for its unusual properties, in Bessie's pub. This part of the coastline is renowned for its seal colonies, and
habitats along the high cliffs where razorbills and guillemots, the rare chough and beautiful peregrine falcon breed. On a lucky day you could
even see porpoise and dolphin swimming close in-shore in the clean waters.

Whether it's myth and magic, culture and history, wildlife and natural world, or adventure and party that you're after- the North Pembrokeshire
coastline has it all. We hope that you enjoy exploring it with us!
Itinerary
Trip Details
Day 1 Arrive
Arrive Cardiff and transfer to your lodge accommodation in the heart of the
national park. Meet the guide to go over the plan for the next 5 days.

Days 2-3 Coasteering
Explore the coast from sea level as you try out the new sport of coasteering - a
unique adventure sport where you experience the exhilaration of sea level
traversing, rock climbing, cliff jumping and swimming into sea caves. Our
qualified coasteering guides will take you out to the best untouched
wilderness locations on the stunning North Pembrokeshire coastline.  We're
continually developing our own, all new, coasteering routes where you'll enjoy
the seclusion and awe inspiring nature of the coastline with no views of towns,
caravan parks, and no other people; just beautiful, clean, unsullied wilderness,
brimming with seals, sea birds, idyllic coves, sandy beaches and rocky
headlands.

Days 4-5 Cycling
North Pembrokeshire has literally hundreds of quiet single-track lanes that are
perfect for exploring by mountain biking and which will lead you to many 'out of
the way' places; enjoy fantastic cliff top views over the rugged North
Pembrokeshire coast from the famous lighthouse at Strumble Head right
down to St Davids Head and the off shore islands, scale our nearest hills for
unforgettable views from the iron age hill fort of Garn Fawr, and access perfect
seal watching spots over secret secluded coves and bays. We have many
miles of exhilarating off road tracks and trails for fun and action packed biking,
both here on the Pencaer peninsular, and inland towards the wooded Gwaun
Valley and Preseli Hills.

Transfer back to Cardiff and depart in the evening of day 5. Extra
accommodation is available within the Pembrokshire National Park, please
enquire at time of booking.
Departure dates
Private tour departs daily

Highlights
Pembrokshire's rugged beauty, Exploring the coast from
sea level, Home cooked meals, Cycling deserted bike
paths.

Trip code
WCC

Group size
min 4, max 10

Inclusions
2 days coasteering
Wetsuits, wetsuit gloves and socks
1.5 days mountain biking
Quality, well maintained Saracen mountain bikes

Important notes
1. Participants must be medium to strong swimmers and
able to ride a bicycle

Transport
Minivan, boat, swimming, cycling.

Accommodation
Lodge accommodation (4 nts)

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