The cliff jumping adventure made safe

Coasteering is a crazy sport made safe by experienced guides - the sport developed in Pembrokeshire by surfers scrambling over rocks and cliffs looking for the best ocean swells. The activity involves climbing up rocky cliffs and making your way to a cliff edge, jumping into the sea, swimming into caves and sea traversing with or without ropes. 
Equipment provided includes super-tough wet suits, buoyancy devices and strong slip-resistant footwear. 
Experienced providers plan routes and jumping spots for all abilities and ages. Amazingly, young children and pensioners can enjoy coasteering; it is all down to the guides and instructors who will tailor the session for you. Our adventure themed itineraries include; Scotland Adventure TourEngland Adventure Tour, and Wales Adventure Tour.

Top five coasteering sites in the UK

Here are our five favourite coasteering sites around the UK;

Our partners at various sites around the UK have developed methods using water depth spotters and manage the bravery levels of each person. 
1. Abereiddy Bay, Pembrokeshire, Wales, UK; This location has it all, caves, many cliffs jumps and a Blue Lagoon. Make your day a bigger adventure by hiking part of the 186 miles of glorious Pembrokeshire National Park, Britain’s most treasured coastal gem. Make a stop at the world-famous religious site of St David’s.
Where to stay
Locals love the small but perfectly formed Penally Abbey Hotel, Tenby. The picturesque drive is around one hour ten minutes to Abereiddy Bay from Penally. Tenby is a wonderful place to stay; the beaches are beautiful, and we can arrange a short ferry crossing to the holy island of Caldey. Monks have inhabited the island for over a thousand years and still do. A monastery of Cistercian monks lives on the island today.
2. Three Cliffs Bay, Gower, Wales, UK; Again this spot has climbing, caves and jumps from varying heights. The Gower peninsula is truly spectacular. Rhossili beach often appears in various publications as the best beach in Europe and even the world. It is a three-mile stretch of wide pristine sands with rocks enclosing the bay in the shape of a partially submerged dragon, dunes behind and genuine shipwreck seen at low tide. The coasteering site of Three Cliffs Bay is a beauty, complete with the romantic ruins of Pennard Castle and a swirling snake-like river.
Where to stay
Again, there is no reason not to stay in Tenby or even the Brecon Beacons National Park at the historic Llangoed Hall Hotel. Alternatively, families may prefer having our Tour Designers recommend a holiday cottage. We have a database of the best located and most well-appointed.
3. Dancing Ledges, Dorset, England, UK; Go coasteering on the world-famous Jurassic Coast. There are four swims through caves and even a secret beach to discover. Spending the whole day on the Jurassic Coast makes sense. There is so much to see and do. Go fossil hunting, walking and wild swimming, of course. Our Tour Designers can provide private boats for hire, skippered or self-operated, depending on the size of the boat and your sailing experience.
Where to stay
We have two recommended luxury hotels in this region. Chewton Glen is the classic English country house hotel with a cookery school, newly refurbished spa and luxury tree-house or main building accommodation. The drive to the Dancing Ledge is around one hour 20 minutes. If you prefer a traditional country retreat, consider Summer Lodge Hotel and Restaurant. The hotel is nestled deep in the rolling hills of Dorset’s Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty within the tiny village of Evershot. The drive time to Dancing Ledge is just over an hour.  
4. Mullion Cove, Cornwall, England, UK; There are many sites in Cornwall, but this is our favourite. See stunning rock formations and giant ocean swells. Like most Cornwall, the Lizard Heritage Coast is stunning. The coastal path allows you access to hidden beaches and impressive rock formations.
Where to stay
Our recommended Hotels in Cornwall are Hotel Tresanton, St Mawes, one of three hotels owned by the Polizzi Collection. Olga Polizzi, daughter of Charles Forte (1908-2007), is a much-admired interior designer and design director at the Rocco Forte Group. As you can guess, the Tresanton is beautifully decorated and resembles a sophisticated yacht club.
On the other side of pretty St Mawes is the Idle Rocks Hotel, a Relais & Chateaux establishment. Both hotels benefit from the availability of fresh fish, and local farms produce.
5. Ballintoy, North Antrim Coast, Northern Ireland, UK; How about coasteering on a Game of Thrones film location. There are small islands, outcrops, traversing and jump spots. Ballintoy is a seven miles drive to the extraordinary sight of the Giants Causeway and the MacDonnell clan old ruined castle of Dunluce. After your morning in the cold Irish sea, you will appreciate an Irish tasting stop at Old Bushmills Distillery.
Where to stay
The Fitzwilliam Hotel is a substantial five-star property with 146 rooms in the heart of Belfast. It is possible to tour the Causeway Coastal Route and enjoy Coasteering from Ballintoy on a day trip from Belfast. Please note the direct drive is around an hour and 20 minutes to the north coast.
Victorian Banks tend to make fabulous hotels; they were grand and architecturally lavish, giving you’re the wow factor. The Merchant Hotel is that such a place in the centre of the Cathedral Quarter. Get into the countryside and be under an hours drive from the north coast while staying at The Ardtara Hotel. The property is a Victorian mansion built by a linen business owner. Enjoy a high-end dinner menu and maybe an indulgent afternoon tea.

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