This is where you get kitted up in a wetsuit, buoyancy aid and helmet and explore the coastal National Park at sea level! It is great fun and you can expect to find yourself swimming into sea caves, climbing up through natural rock faces and jumping from cliffs! There are a number of places that organize thisĀ - websites can be found through: www.visitpembrokeshire.com .

Dale is a safe and clean place to windsurf. If you want some waves then head for Broadhaven with its large, sandy gently shelving beach.

Marloes is great for surfing as long as you don't mind carrying your board to the beach! More accessible is Newgale. West Dale is excellent but beware of the rip currents which can be strong.

There is lots of diving in Pembrokeshire. We haven't been but try www.dive-in2-pembrokeshire.com or www.westwalesdivers.co.uk for nearby centres catering for all levels of experience.

Dale or The Blue Lagoon at Abereiddy are good locations for beginners with flat, sheltered water. For the more experienced, many of the beaches have good conditions for surf canoes.