Climbing in Manorbier
Easy access to some of the best sea cliff climbing in Britain and great for a days worth of climbing. Recognised as some of the best rock climbing in the country, the area is on a par with the Peaks and Lakes. Ideal for the avid climber but instruction available upon request. Mother Carey's Kitchen is popular here, so why not come and try it out?
Other things to do nearby
Folly Farm is so much more than just a farm. There's also a zoo, a vintage funfair and a whole host of indoor and outdoor adventure play for you to enjoy.
If you're looking for an adrenaline-fuelled day out then Oakwood Theme Park is perfect for you.
Whether you want a relaxing afternoon, a sports-filled activity fun day out, or an adrenalin-fuelled, extreme adventure day, Heatherton has it all!
This mighty fortress is largely intact and its endless passages, tunnels and stairways are great to explore. Make sure you don't miss the medieval life exhibitions.
This sub tropical water park has a monster wave pool, rapid rides, rivers and flumes plus lots of special events throughout the year.
Stroll through a vineyard surrounded by the stunning beauty of the Pembrokeshire National Park - a unique attraction which isn't often seen in the UK climate.
Here you'll find 52 acres of parkland to wander around and meet the wildlife. If you've only got a couple of hours make a beeline for the walk-throughs.
Learn to do a variety of watersports or just hire the equipment and DIY! There are a range of courses on offer to cater for all ages and abilities.
Enjoy a boat ride to one of the best seabird and and seal experiences or visit Britain's largest undisturbed prehistoric Iron Age Settlement.
You're right on the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path at this hostel, so stop off on your way through or use the hostel as a base.
With loads to choose from you can really try anything here.
A small rocky beach, where sand is exposed at low tide. There's a large natural arch and caves along the steep cliffs. see Visit Pembrokeshire website also see Beach Guide Wales website
The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path runs straight past the hostel door. Coastal walks are a must and boast some truly incredible views of the area.
There's lots of quiet country lanes to wind and bend with on your ride. An off-road route is available about 10 miles away between Neyland and Haverfordwest.
The main watersport in the area is surfing and you'll find some of the best swells just a short walk from the hostel.
500m from the Youth Hostel 186 miles (300k) long, mostly cliff top level with 35,000 feet (11,000m) of ascent and descent. Visit the website