West Wales is famously known for its stunning countryside views and beautiful sandy beaches… but that’s not all. With West Wales quickly becoming one of the top spots for a family holiday, we need to cater to all. So this is where the family fun days begin. We’ll take you through some of our favourite spots within Pembrokeshire, Ceredigion and Carmarthenshire that are fun for the whole family.
Adventure Beyond is a family-run outdoor activity centre based in the beautiful Cardigan Bay in West Wales. Whether you fancy an adrenaline fix, a relaxed family day out or time spent getting back to nature, Adventure Beyond create bespoke adventures to suit you. Activities range from coasteering, white water rafting and sea kayaking, all the way to hill walking, adventure racing and sunrise and sunset tours. You really do have an array of options to ensure the whole family enjoys – and don’t forget you will still get remarkable views from our beautiful coast on all activities.
Castell Henllys Iron Age Village
Castell Henllys Iron Age Village is set within thirty acres of beautiful woodland and river meadows in the heart of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Enjoy a prehistoric day out and immerse yourself in the only Iron Age Village in Britain. Explore their roundhouses where you will meet friendly costumed interpreters of Iron Age villagers as they share their knowledge about prehistoric life and living in harmony with the land through talks and demonstrations.
Pembrey Country Park
Pembrey Country Park is set inside 500 acres of Green Flag-awarded woodlands, alongside a Blue Flag-awarded eight miles of golden sands, and has a long list of activities to ensure you have a perfect family day out! Pembrey Country Park has one of the only remaining dry ski slopes in Wales, with the option of skiing, snowboarding or tubing all being great fun for adventure lovers! They even have tobogganing which lets you take in the magnificent views of the Park.
Manor House Wildlife Park
Manor House Wildlife Park is situated in St Florence only five minutes from the bustling town of Tenby and is Wales’ only walking safari. Manor Wildlife Park’s main aim for visitors is for everyone to connect with the animals and their environment, and achieving this through walking and observing the animals. Manor Park has a wide variety of animals located here such as Meerkats, Camels, Zebras, Lowland Tapir and many more. If you are after a more personal experience with the animals the park offers food to feed Wallabies and even a Red Panda experience where you get to hold them!