The lovely harbour town of Tenby is a popular seaside destination due its great sandy beaches and picturesque streets.
The town is surrounded by wide golden sands, with the dramatic rocky outcrop of 13th Tenby castle in the centre overlooking the harbour and the little fishing boats.
The seafront is lined with interesting old Georgian buildings, painted in many pastel colours and giving the town a quaint and cheerful character. The narrow streets have plenty of shops, cafe and restaurants to spend some time relaxing away from the beach.
Many attractions in Tenby are based around the sea, with boat trips available from the harbour to take in the beautiful Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, or visit nearby Caldey island, a wonderfully scenic home for the working Cistercian monastery. Craggy St Margaret's Island adjoins Caldey and is an important seabird colony.
There are a wide range of family-friendly activities nearby, including Heatherton World of Activities, Manor House Wildlife Park and the Dinosaur Park.
Explore the coast, and take a day trip through the Pembrokeshire National Park to Fishguard.
Towns Near Tenby To Visit - straight line distance:Saundersfoot (2.71 miles) Amroth (4.47 miles) Pendine (7.88 miles) Pembroke (8.82 miles)
Tenby Sea Cruises Trips along the beautiful coastline and islands of Pembrokeshire.
Heatherton World of Activities A huge range of indoor and outdoor sports and adventures for all the family.
The Dinosaur Park Dinosaur-themed family activities and adventure fun.
Manorbier Castle Large and lovely 12th century ruin overlooking the sea.
Carew Castle and Tidal Mill Beautiful waterside medieval castle hosting some great hands-on events and reconstructions.
Tudor Merchants House See town life as it was in the 15th century.
Tenby Museum and Art Gallery Discover more about this delightful town and view local artwork.
Caldey Island Peaceful and scenic island sanctury.
Manor House Wildlife Park Meet the animals in the zoo owned by TVs Anna Ryder Richardson.