Tenby is a beautiful Welsh seaside, very popular through the ages and still going strong.
Tenby's popularity began over two hundred years ago, when the attractions of the sea began to compete with the fashionable inland spas. The ancient houses, which had fallen into ruin, were rebuilt in Regency and early Victorian styles and the streets and alleyways within the twelfth century walls turned into a plethora of shops, restaurants, cafes and bars.
With four beaches, regular festivals, thriving nightlife, Stone Age caves and tombs, Iron Age forts, Norman castles and much more.
A short boat trip during the warmer times of the year will take you across to Caldey Abbey.