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Celtic Quest Coasteering

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Celtic Quest Coasteering
Abereiddy Beach
Pembrokeshire/Sir Benfro
SA62 6DT
Phone: 01348 881530
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Coasteering is exploring the coast at sea level. If you’re up for an adventure, have an open mind and don’t object to physical assistance, Celtic Quests professional and experience guides can get you out there exploring the Pembrokeshire coast from a unique perspective.

The company will tailor your adventure to suit your expectations and abilities. No experience is necessary, even non-swimmers can participate. Activities can include rock hopping, adventure swimming, cliff jumping, exploring caves and more. 
The team have taken people with a whole range of disabilities out into the water including visual and hearing impairments, physical disabilities including amputees, paraplegia, MS, MND, and a variety of learning difficulties. Where there is a will, they will find a way!
The team meet you at the beach and supply all equipment including wetsuits, helmets, floatation aids etc.
The activity does involve the body being fully immersed in the sea (so may not be suitable for people with ostomy pouch etc). 
The location itself is very rural, there is a free car park on the beach that has a dirt/hard sand surface. Refreshments are available from a mobile van. The public toilets onsite are not accessible and changing is either under a towel in the carpark or in the back of the companies van.
Just to the north of the beach is the Blue Lagoon a beautiful little harbour / breached quarry, the local grey slate gives a brilliant deep blue colour to the water. There is wheelchair access to the lagoon along the Pembrokeshire Coast Path.
The team strongly advise anyone with a physical disability to phone and discuss your individual needs and to book a high tide adventure. This makes getting to and into the water much easier.
The closest accessible toilet (Radar Key) is located at Porthgain 2.7 miles away, just off the carpark on Llanrhian road (SA62 5BN).

Water Sport Facilities

On - site facilities

  • Assistance dogs welcome


  • Level/ramped wheelchair access into venue
  • Prebooking necessary for wheelchair users



Awesome experience – as a disabled person I found the ‘can do’ approach of Cleo & team was totally fantastic. Felt totally safe and confident with experienced guides. Never thought Coasteering would be accessible for me – how wrong I was! So liberating to be able to enjoy this extreme sport alongside my family rather than watching them from the sidelines. Even managed a few jumps myself which was a great achievement!!by Jonathan E on 08 July 2015