Tenby & Caldey Island
Charming Tenby is the epicentre of Pembrokeshire coast holiday culture. The image of its sheltered harbour and lifeboat slipway,...
This hilly headland separates North Beach from Castle Beach and the scanty remains of Tenby's Norman castle adorn its summit. Walk along...
St Catherine's Island
At low tide you can walk across the sand to little St Catherine's Island, but it's a long, cold wait if you get trapped by the tide –...
Tenby House is a lively hotel bar with cool tunes on Friday and Saturday nights, and a sunny, flower-bedecked courtyard for summer...
D Fecci & Sons
Eating fish and chips on the beach is a British tradition, and D Fecci & Sons is a Tenby institution, having been in business since...
Caldey Island information
Boat trips run from Tenby harbour to Caldey Island, home to lots of grey seals and seabirds, and a red-topped, whitewashed monastery that houses a community of around 15 Cistercian monks. There are guided tours of the monastery and great walks around the island, with good views from the lighthouse.