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For the best views of the sea, veer of the coastal footpath and dive straight in


“Coasteering is everything your parents tell you not to do at the beach,” says Cleopatra Browne of Celtic Quest Coasteering. “It lets you explore a stretch of coastline by scramble climbing, rock hopping, clif jumping and adventure swimming.” As daredevil as it sounds, some companies ofer coasteering trips that enable participants as young as three and as old as 80 to get up close with the coast from a very diferent angle. It doesn’t have to be physically demanding, and you don’t even need to be much of a swimmer — lifejackets and ropes do much of the job for you. It’s become a big deal in New Zealand, Australia, Canada and the US, but Pembrokeshire claims its surfers invented coasteering as they scrambled around clifs in the ‘80s.

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We reveal the destinations that made our Cool List 2019 — from booming gastronomic hotspots to up-and-coming cities, this is the last word in where you should visit in the year to come. Elsewhere, we explore the wild side of Quebec’s national parks; leave our shoes behind on Colombia’s barefoot Pacific coast; and spend a long weekend in Bornholm. Other highlights this issue include Kuala Lumpur, Richmond, Prague, Marrakech and Taipei while our photo story joins the wild horse herders in Iceland’s rural east.