Kayaking organisations are based all around the welsh coast from north to south, some dtailes of the locations and routes are below:
Llandudno: when conditions are right, this is a great paddling area. The north shore lies between Great Orme and Little Orme, two impressive headlands with caves, sea cliffs and an abundance of seabirds. A trip around one or both of the Ormes is one of the highlights of North Wales kayaking. See gallery for more .
Conwy Estuary: Gentle paddling, making use of the tide, with superb mountain scenery and the impressive Conwy Castle as a backdrop. Ideal for beginners.
Anglesey: This world-class destination has it all: sheltered bays, spectacular cliffs, arches and caves, rich marine life and seabirds, together with exciting tide races for the more advanced kayaker.
Lleyn peninsula: The most westerly part of the Welsh mainland offers a contrast between the sandy beaches and resorts such as Abersoch, and the remote, less visited north coast. The western end culminates in high cliffs, the strong tides of Bardsey Sound, and the pilgrims’ island of Bardsey itself- a “holy grail” for kayakers.
_Porthmadog to Aberystwyth: Long stretches of sand dunes bisected by some of Britain’s most beautiful estuaries, such as the Mawddach and Dwyryd. which provide a perfect introduction to the sport. Highlights include Portmerion, and offshore there is the (remote)possibility of seeing one of the huge leatherback turtles which visit every summer.