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Get on the water this Pembrokeshire Fish Week, with a leisurely kayak out of one of the most beautiful corners of Pembrokeshire.

Join local kayak guide Mark Wilkinson for a National Trust paddle out of Stackpole Quay.

Mark will get you kitted up and talk you through some essential sea kayaking tips before you set in the water.

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Paddling out of Stackpole Quay you follow the cliff line towards Barafundle Bay and Stackpole Head, exploring caves as you go.

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Being on the water is a wonderful new perspective to view the edge of Pembrokeshire, with lots of bird and wildlife spotting opportunities.

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Once at Barafundle you’ve got a chance to come ashore, play in the waves and take in the beautiful scenery.

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Then it’s back in the boat for some more cliff and cave exploring before paddling back to base, where a cream tea at the Boathouse café beckons!

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Stackpole National Trust run guided kayak trips out of Stackpole Quay every Sunday. Other Pembrokeshire Fish Week events include a Cetacean Walk and Talk and Fishy BBQ on the 6th July.

To find out more about all the events and activities happening across Pembrokeshire Fish Week check out their website: www.pembrokeshirefishweek.co.uk

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 I can’t believe I waited so long to explore the southwest tip of Wales. Stunning coastline, thrilling adventures and lots of love in the form of a cwtch, Pembrokeshire has stolen my heart. 

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