Tenby is probably the most iconic and well-visited seaside town in Wales. Steeped in ancient history and surrounded by an imposing medieval stone wall. Tenby has seen many changes through time, but it has been on the leisure map for over 200 years. With all that experience, the people of Tenby certainly know how to offer each and every visitor an unforgettable time.
There are plenty of shops in the town specialising in locally produced items and plenty of attractions such as boat trips, wildlife parks, golf and plenty of walks within the surrounding areas across the many beautiful beaches and the famous Pembrokeshire Coastal Path.
When you visit Tenby you will discover a maze of narrow little streets. The roads are pedestrianised during the day in summer when the bars and restaurants set up al fresco seating. There are plenty of fascinating and quirky shops. You can also find plenty of hotels, B&Bs, and self-catering apartments in and around Tenby.
Tenby and Saundersfoot’s Role in the ‘D’ Day landings took place eleven months before, where Tenby and Saundersfoot hosted a ‘top secret’ military exercise called
Congratulations are in order with 7 beaches being awarded the prestigious Blue Flag The Blue Flag is one of the world’s most recognised voluntary awards