We offer two coasteering adventures, both starting and finishing at Porth Dafarch, on Anglesey. Porth Dafarch is a beautiful sandy cove backed by a rocky headland, close to Trearddur Bay and Holyhead. It’s about 48 miles, or 1 hour’s drive from Adventure Parc Snowdonia.

Coasteering is a brilliant way to explore the coastline, by scrambling, rock hopping, cliff jumping and swimming. Our courses are run by highly qualified instructors who are very experienced when it comes to exploring this part of the North Wales coast.

The jumps on our coasteering adventures range from sea level to 30ft. The jumps are not all essential, and your instructor will help you to build up to a level that suits you. 

Swimming distances vary, and whilst you don’t need to be a long-distance swimmer to complete the course, you must be able to swim at least 50 metres comfortably and unaided.


Important Information

Our coasteering adventures run from April to October.

Wetsuit hire, buoyancy aid and helmet is included in the cost of your adventure.

You need to bring a swim suit to wear under your wetsuit, and sturdy trainers that you don’t mind getting wet.

You must be able to make your own way to Porth Dafarch (around 48 miles / 1 hour by car from Adventure Parc Snowdonia) to take part in this activity.

Our coasteering adventures are suitable for adults and children from age 12+, but it will depend on the confidence of the participant as well as the weather and conditions on the day. Please call us to find out more.

This is a great activity come rain or shine! A little rain is fine, but we won’t run our coasteering adventures in stormy or other dangerous conditions.

2-3 Hour Activity

Age 12+

Coasteering can be physically demanding, so a basic level of fitness is required.

 Please wear sturdy old trainers for this activity.
All specialist equipment including helmet and buoyancy jacket supplied.

We recommend you bring a towel and some warm comfortable clothes to change into after your activity.