Tenby town and beaches
This is a great out of season walk allowing you full access to the wonderful beaches that surround the quaint walled town of Tenby.
How to find it: Head into Tenby on the A478 follow signs for the North Beach car park.
Parking: At North Beach car park is fine.
Start: Your exploration of the beautifully characteristic town of Tenby begins from North Beach car park. There are fantastic photo opportunities overlooking the historic harbour, once an important trading centre.
The rounded building situated on the harbour, known as The Cabin is where the famous author Roald Dahl holidayed every Easter with his family.
Standing tall the prominent Goscar Rock catches every eye and the ancient headland of Castle Hill provides hidden history. You pass part of the old battlement wall which 10 centuries ago protected the town. Witness the newest version of the Lifeboat Station which has history going back 150 years.
Admire amazing views across to the monastic island of Caldey and the imposing fort on St Catherine's Island, dating back to 1867, which adjoins South Beach.
Between the sandy shores lie paths that tell a thousand stories, breathtaking seascape and coloured buildings; you can see why every man and dog loves Tenby.