About Tenby

Often referred to as the jewel in Pembrokeshire’s crown, the picturesque walled town of Tenby welcomes tourists and incomers with open arms.

Tenby boasts a range of great facilities, from the newly refurbished leisure centre and two 18-hole golf courses to fantastic restaurants, lively pubs and interesting shops.

The town is surrounded by the North, South, Castle and Harbour beaches, each of which has an individual character. Ask four locals for their favourite beach, and you can expect four different answers!

There are several good local authority-run schools in the area, plus the private Castle School in Narberth.

Whatever your age or interest – and whatever the time of year – Tenby can offer you something to enjoy. From traditional “bucket and spade” holidays, walking expeditions on the stunning 186-mile Pembrokeshire Coast Path and wet and wild outdoor activities, to music drama and arts, there really is something for everyone.

Within a short drive of the town, award-winning, year-round family days out can be had at Folly Farm Adventure Park and Zoo, Heatherton World of Activities and Anna’s Welsh Zoo.

Pembrokeshire’s best known towns and villages are easily accessible from Tenby, such as Saundersfoot and its developing harbour area, Narberth and its eclectic mix of quirky shops and eateries or the county town of Haverfordwest.