With its picture-perfect scenery, miles of beautiful beaches and wealth of attractions to enjoy, Tenby is arguably one of the jewels in the crown of Wales and a mecca for thousands of tourists who visit the resort each year.
Tenby’s proximity to the world-renowned Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, an area of outstanding natural beauty, makes it the perfect base from which to explore the wild and rugged landscapes, the unspoilt beaches and the rich history that makes it such a fascinating place to visit.
Tenby itself has more than 200 listed buildings and is famous for its fortified walls, originally built by the Normans in the 13th Century and the picturesque Old Town still retains much of its medieval charm with shops, restaurants and cafes all linked by quaint, cobbled streets.
Thanks to its idyllic position on the far west coast of Wales, the town is the perfect gateway to explore its beautiful, coastal islands, including Caldey, which has a remarkable history dating back 1,500 years.
Tenby also offers plenty of activities for holidaymakers with the Blue-Flagged Castle Beach being a major attraction for families, thanks to its pristine sands, wonderful views and nearby cafes. It is the perfect place for sailing, wind-surfing, mountain-biking, extreme sports and sea-fishing.
Alongside the numerous historical points of interest to enjoy, visitors can also escape to Heatherton World of Activities which offers a mix of adrenaline thrills with numerous attractions for all the family while the nearby Dinosaur Park is another popular attraction for all ages.