Pembrokeshire adventure playground of Wales

Thursday, 14 April 2011 1:40 PM

The adventure playground of Pembrokeshire, South Wales is the opportunity to hurl yourself off cliffs into the depths of the frigid Atlantic, ride the surging ocean swell or kayak your way through sea caves and stunning natural arches.

If you are an adventurer looking for an action packed party weekend which will provide memories of a lifetime then Pembrokeshire is for you.

Friday night is a chance to escape to the wild coast of Pembrokeshire where the clean air will clear your lungs as well as your mind. Watch the sun go down on the lodge patio and enjoy some home-cooked wholesome food.

On Saturday, adventurers can choose from two activities from, coasteering, kayaking or surfing. Save some energy for Saturday night though. With numerous local bars and nightclubs to party the night in, Pembrokeshire is a party haven.

Sunday morning, guests can enjoy the Sunday papers or recover from the night before by getting a blast full of fresh sea air as they explore the famous and beautiful Pembrokeshire Coastal Path.

For the complete package including all meals and Ski Lodge style accommodation from Friday night to Sunday lunch, two adventure activities and a coast path hike, qualified guides and all equipment from £235 per person.

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