Tenby is a town steeped in ancient history surrounded by an imposing medieval stone wall. Through the passages of time Tenby has seen many changes but it has been on the leisure map for nearly 200 years. And with all that experience the people of Tenby certainly know how to offer each and every visitor an unforgettable time.A recent Which? report said "Tenby was one of the uk's finest holiday resorts, with a medieval centre and three gorgeous Blue Flag beaches".
The walled town of Tenby, with its busy harbour, four golden sandy beaches, safe bathing and warren of streets filled with interesting shops, art galleries, pubs and restaurants will no doubt be one of your first ports of call.
Take a boat trip from here to get the best view of the spectacular coastline and its seabird colonies, or to land on the monastic Island of Caldey, where the Cistercian brothers make perfume and delicious chocolate.
Saundersfoot is a fishing village located in the heart of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and is one of the most popular seaside resorts in the UK. Located at the foot of a picturesque wooded valley Saundersfoot has everything to offer from sandy beaches, watersports, fishing trips, shops, accommodation, restaurants, and the coastal path. The beach is Blue Flag Standard.
Formerly a fishing and mining community, you will still find the old tram tunnels which lead from Saundersfoot through Coppet Hall and onto Wisemans Bridge. This is a great walk for all ages as it is a great place to stop for a refreshment before making your way back to Saundersfoot.
National Park and Pembrokeshire:
The Park is on the edge of the Pembrokeshire Coast National park which boasts beautiful scenery with rugged cliffs and sandy coves, wildlife and historic interests.
Pembrokeshire has 186 mile coast path which leads you from Amroth in South Pembrokeshire to St Dogmaels in North Pembrokeshire. There are a number of places to visit along the coastal path including Barafundle beach which has been voted one of the top ten picnic spots in the UK.
There are also many castles along the way and the ancient chapel of St Govan which is set in the cliffs with breathtaking views. Towards the North the coast path takes you through the little city of St Davids which has a beautiful cathedral and a number of quaint gift shops and coffee taverns where you can sit and watch the world go by before venturing off to the next town or village.
Crane Cross Camping Park is also ideally located so you are within reasonable distance to the main local attractions.
This is only a very few items of interest in our beautiful County, we suggest that your first visit should be to an Information Centre to discover activities to suit your tastes. Information Centres are located a short drive from the Park at Kilgetty, Saundersfoot, Tenby.