A warm welcome awaits visitors to Tenby

  • Tenby is one of Britain's most attractive holiday resorts. Surrounded by a 13th century wall, this unique Victorian town has escaped modernisation. The narrow cobbled streets with a variety of good restaurants, shops, pubs, the picturesque harbour with its fishing trips, and the nearby Caldey Island, all add to its popularity. Tenby has been a popular seaside resort since the Georgian era, boasting a picturesque harbour and four kilometres of unspoilt sandy beaches on the magnificent Pembrokeshire coast. A haven for holiday-makers from all over Britain and beyond, Tenby is South Pembrokeshire´s largest town, offering splendid Victorian and Georgian architecture set within Tudor town walls. During the summer months there is no traffic allowed within the town itself, and Tenby is transformed into a ´café culture´ centre, with restaurants and bars spilling out into the streets and across Tudor Square.
  • Welsh Saint's Days 1st March.  "Dewi Sant"  Sixth Centuary. ; One of the three great saints of Wales, and the only one whose cult was recognised by the Pope. Now the patron saint of Wales. ( St David)  2nd March. " Non"  Sixth Centuary;  A grand-daughtwer of King Brychan who became a nun and a mother of Dewi Sant. Her tomb is at Dirinon in Brittany
  • Tenby win its category "Wales in Bloom"  for the 26th year Pembrokeshire voted top for Blue flag beaches, including Tenby's North, Castle and South Beach. What's on Tenby Museum Free admission for children during half term.  Numerous things for children to do.  Tenby Leisure Centre. 01834 843575.  Free swimming for children in all school holidays, also free swimming for over 60's P.C.N.P  Half Term        Train to be a Celtic Warrior at Castll Henllys Carew Castle.;
  • Experience life in Tudor times, and attempt the castle scavenger hunt.
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Cafe culture

Cafe culture

During July and August, Tenby town becomes pedestranised and is transformed into a ´café culture´ centre, allowing visitors to wander freely through the streets during the day time

Caldey Island

Caldey Island

Caldey Island is certainly worth a visit. Advertised as an island of peace and tranquillity, with unspoiled beauty, it is just three miles away from Tenby and regular daily boat trips take tourists across the calm waters. The monastery which is owned by the Reformed Cistercian Order, supports a community of around 20 monks. The island has good sandy beaches and excellent walks, some shops selling the island produce and a post office.








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