- Ages 9+
- Activity Centres, Water Sports
Celtic Quest Coasteering will take your family on an unforgettable adventure along the Pembrokeshire coast. Coasteering is a really exciting way to explore the coastline at sea level, using the 2 main elements of jumping, climbing, swimming, and water features, and is a great way to spend half a day. Minimum age is 8 years old.
The car rounds a bend and there it is, your playground for the next few hours, rocky coast and crashing waves of Abereiddy Beach (SA62 6DT). The car's parked up and you're introduced to your Coasteering Guides. We will give you all the kit you'll need. After wriggling into your wetsuit and fastening up your adventure equipment you're given the safety briefing. Equipment includes a water sports helmet and a buoyancy aid, and we also offer wetsuit socks, hood, and gloves and standard!
You will normally spend 2 to 2.5 hours exploring the Pembrokeshire coast, starting with some easy rock hopping, belly flops, cannon balls, and bombing. As you work your way along the coastline the scramble climbing gets tougher and the jumps get higher. Don't worry though, you don't have to do any bits you don't want to. If the waves are crashing you'll be able to try a spin in the toilet bowl flush or washing machine. Buoyancy aids make you super floaty, you don't even need to be a strong swimmer!
Coasteering's not just for children, parents share is the adventure, often competing for style on the stunt jumps. The adventure finishes with the biggest cliff jumps. How high can you go? The biggest jump is 35ft (10m)!
Go With The Flow!!
Opening hours are subject to change. Please call the attraction directly to avoid disappointment.
£44.00 per person
Loton Park, Ambleston Pembrokeshire, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA62 5QY, Wales
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Yes, there is parking onsite.
Yes, there are toilets.
There is a local authority male and female toilet block located near the car park. No designated disabled facilities.
No, there are no baby changing facilities.
Celtic Quest Coasteering has not told us if you can bring a picnic.
Yes, there is an onsite restaurant.
Celtic Quest Coasteering highly recommend Cool Selection, a refreshment van located in the car park. From ice cream and hot dogs, to hot chocolate and freshly filled rolls.
Yes, Celtic Quest Coasteering is wheelchair friendly.
Yes, Celtic Quest Coasteering have stated they are pushchair friendly.
Celtic Quest Coasteering has not told us if they are dog friendly.