The scenic Welsh coast makes an ideal base for family holidays in Wales, as there are numerous activities that all members of the family can enjoy on land or out on the water. The surfing is superb and kayaking is a great way to explore the shore. If watersports don't float your boat, you can go on a cliff climb or navigate the coastline on a coasteering adventure.
A beautiful wave pool in the Conwy valley, North Wales, Surf Snowdonia is 272km from Cardiff city. If you're traveling by road, alight at Llandudno Junction and take a taxi to Snowdonia. The lagoon produces an array of artificial wave pools that are suitable for people with different ability levels. You can enlist your child in daily surf lessons.
A perfect place to go coasteering, Outer Reef Surf School is 160km from Cardiff if you are driving, and under four hours by train. The reef provides adventures such as coasteering, surfing, and paddleboarding. Alternatively, you can spend several hours under the warm water during summer. Coasteering is recommended for kids above eight years.
This is a unique kayaking and paddleboarding site located at the inlet of the Irish Sea. It indents the west coast of Wales. Cardigan Bay has several seaside resorts including Aberaeron, Borth, Fishguard and New Quay. 360, a water sports centre on the Sea of Cardigan Bay offers SUP sessions for kids older than ten years.