If you're not beach riding, zorbing or on the segway course then Nolton Stables is ideal as a base for walking the wonderful Pembrokeshire Coast Path. The coastal path runs past nearby Druidstone and through Nolton Haven, and takes in some of the most stunning scenery in the UK. There are also many inland areas to explore and the Preseli Hills are a short drive away. An area of ancient activity, the Preseli Hills are the source of the Bluestones at Stonehenge!

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Surfing / Body Boarding

The popular beaches for surfing and body boarding close to the stables are Broadhaven and Newgale. They are safe with easy access and parking, shops and facilities nearby. When Newgale is too exposed surfers prefer Broadhaven as it's a bit more sheltered.

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Kite Surfing

The westerly winds blowing in from the Atlantic combined with large beaches, especially the almost 2 miles long Newgale, provide the ideal conditions for kite surfing. Nolton Stables self catering cottages provide the perfect base for easy access to the activity filled beaches.

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The miles of fantastic coastline surrounding Pembrokeshire has created the relatively new activity of coasteering! Action packed and fun it involves climbing, scrambling, jumping off cliffs and swimming. There are qualified coasteering guides available to book to ensure a safe day out in the sea.

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The waters surrounding Pembrokeshire make for superb diving, whether to reefs or wrecks. The Skomer Marine Nature Reserve is not far from us and provides some of the best diving in the country. There are a number of places to get tuition for scuba diving and snorkelling.

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