04 June 2014 Get him back to nature & exploring the Welsh outdoors Abereiddy, Pembrokeshire by coasteering Has he been watching the latest offerings from Bear Grylls or Ray Mears? Dragging the BBQ out for every meal? Trying to beat the cat to every mouse, bird and squrrel that wanders into the garden? Help him get it out of his system this Father's Day and share 24 hours in the Beacons with Bear Grylls’ team. Or learn to construct your own brushwood shelter, collecting edible plants & fungi. Prefers to be by the sea? How about a coastal adventure? Learning to survive from the delights of the sea. If he likes his coastal adventures mixed up with award winning food then take a trip to Pembrokeshire. More teddy bear than Bear Grylls? If he prefers to be more modern man than action man, treat him to a relaxing spa break or a round around another type of Welsh greenery. Finishing off with a spot of fine dining and a glass (or two) of his favourite tipple. Be it wine, whiskey or beer. For an early treat, this weekend, you could take him along to a 72,500 seater pub! Enjoy this? Share it with friends Related items School's out for summer Whatever the age. Active or relaxing. Enjoy all Wales has to offer this summer Wild adventures in Wales Preseli Venture owner Sophie Hurst explores a range of options for wild adventures in Wales. Adventures in Archaeology Exhibition opens at National Museum Cardiff Pop-up Adventure Events Take part in a pop-up adventure across the next few months Kick off 2014 in style New Year – a time to blow off those festive cobwebs. Why not try something new? Snowdonia dark sky status One of only ten locations world wide to be designated as an international dark sky reserve.