Coasteering Anglesey

Coasteering is fun we Open water swimming deepwater Jumps Sea Cliff Rock climbing Anglesey North Wales

Coasteering is the ultimate adventure activity. It takes place above, as well as below water level, requires little or no swimming ability and is suitable for all ages and fitness levels. We provide all equipment including wetsuits buoyancy aid and safety helmet are provided as an integral part of coasteering; even on routes where it is possible to stay dry

Coasteering in Anglesey North Wales Wales is widely considered to be one of the best locations for this exciting activity. From the moment you arrive you will be spoilt for choice when it comes to choosing your journey along the coastline. Immerse yourself in the diverse scenery and take part in exhilarating water activities whilst learning basic safety instructions. 


If you love the thrill of coasteering then this is for you. Your route choice of Porth Dafarch is shorter swim's less ground covered and more jumps and a brilliant coasteering venue for all age groups. You also have an option of Porth Ruffydd which is adventure coasteering and a great test of endurance from the open water swimming, superb rock climbing and one epic big jump at the end.


Coasteer adventures are the perfect way to experience our beautiful coastline in North Wales. Our guided coasteering group days are available from Spring, Summer and Autumn when the sea warms up.


If its extreme adventure that you’re after, then look no further. Our half day or fun endurance day coasteering trips are great fun for all the family, stag & hens and adults parties located in Trearthur Bay, Anglesey.

Coasteering Safety Equipment

All Safety equipment reflects the environment in which the sport is performed we provide

  • Experienced Coasteering Guides

  • Wet suit

  • Buoyancy aid

  • Helmet


Please bring swimming gear, shorts to wear outside of the wetsuit and trainers you're happy to get wet in

Our experience coasteering in North Wales, Porth Ruffydd

By Rose and Karla, student marine biologists Bangor University


Coasteering is not just about the water it's about the rock and atmosphere. Our coastlines are steeped in history, geology and wildlife; a unique place to explore. We take our guests on this journey through the caves, over the rocks and into the sea to see for themselves what makes this such an amazing environment.