Tenby, a harbour town located on the beautiful South West Wales coastline and part of the Pembrokeshire coastal path. It is known for its; colourful houses that adorn the cobbled streets, being home to several beaches and is surrounded by a remarkable medieval wall. So whether you’re looking for somewhere to escape too and soak up the atmosphere, or you’re interested in history and exploring. Tenby really does have something for everyone.
In a short distance you will soon discover that Tenby is home to several beaches; Castle Beach which was the winner of the ‘Sunday Times Best Beach Award in 2019’, Harbour Beach, North Beach and South Beach. Each beach has something different to offer you from; water-sports, food vendors and not forgetting sampling of some of the locally sourced fish & chips!
Make sure to take time to amble around the harbour and plan a few trips during your stay in Tenby. From pleasure boat trips, fishing trips, or take a boat trip over to Caldey Island. Caldey Island takes approximately 30 minutes to reach by boat and is famous for being home to various orders of monks since the Celtic Times and is now owned by monks of the Ciasterian Order. Whilst here you can explore the beach, the village with its pretty cottages, or purchase a few items which have been made on the island. But don’t forget to visit the local Village Post Office, which also doubles as a museum!
If you’re feeling adventurous and want to take in the ocean views and breathe in the fresh sea air, why not explore part of the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path which runs through Tenby. The full coastal path stretches for approximately 186 miles and runs almost entirely through the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. It will take you through almost every vista you could imagine and is simply breathtaking.
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