With 870 miles of stunning Welsh coastline and gorgeous, expansive beaches, we Welsh know our surfing - we even have our own Welsh Surfing Federation. The incredibly beautiful Atlantic coastline of Pembrokeshire boasts some ideal surf-friendly beaches – whether you’re an absolute beginner, or just want to catch some waves.
Pembrokeshire is Britain’s only coastal National Park and has the most Blue Flag beaches in Wales, guaranteeing clean gentle waves whatever the weather. The beautiful beaches tend to be quieter, which is ideal for beginners.
Freshwater West is an unspoilt beach that picks up all the swell, though its large waves are suited to more advanced surfers. Manorbier has a fantastic castle as its backdrop and suits everyone from beginners to advanced surfers. Newgale is good for children, and there is fantastic shelter in St Bride’s Bay.
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Exploring the outdoors is fantastic fun and provides great opportunities for adventurous activities, but please read up on the risks and make sure you are prepared.
- Carry a means of calling for help on you
- Wear a personal floatation device
- Check the weather forecast and tide times
- Follow these tips from the RNLI for staying safe on the Welsh coast,
- Visit AdventureSmart.uk for further information on how to stay safe whilst exploring Wales.