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Imperial Hotel is the perfect location to explore Tenby and the surrounding Pembrokeshire and aware winning heritage coastline.

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Embark on a journey to Tenby, nestled in the heart of Pembrokeshire, and experience the allure of its pristine beaches, historic cobbled streets, and captivating coastal views. Renowned for its vibrant atmosphere and scenic beauty, Tenby offers an array of activities from tranquil beach days to adventurous boat trips and rich cultural exploration.

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Visit the iconic Tenby Harbour, explore nearby Caldey Island, or delve into history at the Tudor Merchant’s House. With its stunning natural landscapes and welcoming community, Tenby is a perfect seaside escape for both relaxation and adventure. Plan your visit to Tenby, where unforgettable memories await along the spectacular Pembrokeshire coast.

Tenby South Beach

Tenby South Beach

Next to Imperial Hotel, the South Beach in Tenby offers a stunning expanse of golden sands framed by picturesque cliffs. Ideal for sunbathing, swimming, and water sports, this award-winning beach is a must-visit for its serene ambiance and breath-taking views of the Pembrokeshire coast. Perfect for a relaxing day by the sea!

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Tenby Harbour Beach

Tenby Harbour Beach

Tenby Harbour Beach, nestled by the charming Tenby Harbour, is a picturesque spot renowned for its calm waters and colourful boats. Ideal for families and photographers, this scenic beach provides a perfect backdrop for leisurely strolls, sandcastle building, and soaking in the vibrant atmosphere of Tenby.

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Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Centre

Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Centre

Head to the centre to find out about the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park near the Five Arches, a fortress-like section of Tenby’s medieval walls. Your gateway to one of the UK’s most stunning natural landscapes. Discover interactive exhibits, walking trails, and breath-taking views. Ideal for families and nature enthusiasts looking to delve into the region’s wildlife and heritage.

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Tenby Harbour and Beach

Tenby Harbour and Beach

A lively harbor at the heart of town beckons: indulge in fishing, embark on a boat journey to Caldey Island, or simply savor some fish and chips. Whether it’s before or after spending a delightful day swimming and constructing sandcastles on the sandy beach, this is the perfect spot to relax and enjoy.

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Tenby Castle

Tenby Castle

Only a quaint tower remains of the castle, yet the vistas from Castle Hill are unparalleled. A perfect first-day activity in Tenby—stroll up and take in panoramic views of the town, sea, cliffs, and beaches, along with nearby St Catherine’s Island, a fortress accessible by foot at low tide.

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Tenby Museum and Art Gallery and harbour

Tenby Museum and Art Gallery

Visit Tenby Museum and Art Gallery, Wales’s oldest independent museum, located on the picturesque Tenby coastline. Explore a rich collection of local history, art, and maritime exhibits that capture the essence of the area. It’s an ideal spot for culture enthusiasts and families looking to delve into Tenby’s past and artistic heritage.

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Pembrokeshire Coast Path

Pembrokeshire Coast Path

The Pembrokeshire Coast Path offers a spectacular walking experience, tracing the rugged contours of Wales’s beautiful coastline. Spanning 186 miles, this world-renowned trail features stunning scenery of cliffs, serene beaches, and picturesque coves, making it a paradise for hikers and nature lovers seeking scenic beauty and tranquil landscapes.

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Golf in Tenby

Trefloyne Golf Course

Trefloyne Golf Course provides a tranquil golfing escape set amidst the lush landscapes of Pembrokeshire. This beautifully maintained course blends challenging play with spectacular views, creating a perfect environment for golfers of all skill levels. Enjoy a round in this serene setting, where peace and sport meet.

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Folly Farm

Folly Farm

Discover the magic of Folly Farm in Pembrokeshire, a delightful adventure park and zoo that promises fun-filled days for the whole family. Enjoy thrilling rides, interactive animal experiences, and explore the vast playgrounds set in beautiful countryside. Perfect for family outings and animal lovers!

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Dinosaur Park

Dinosaur Park

Dinosaur trail, outdoor and indoor playgrounds and a dinosaur activity corner – just a monster day out. Who doesn’t love dinosaurs!

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Caldey Island | Tenby

Caldey Island, boat trip from Tenby Harbour

A 20 minute boat trip takes you to the holy island of Caldey – an oasis of calm that is owned and run by a community of Cistercian monks. The boat drops you off on Priory Beach, a beautiful place for a swim.

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Horse Riding on beach

Horse-riding on the beach

The huge beach at Druidston Haven (23 miles) is the perfect place for one of life’s most enviable experiences. Nolton Stables (23 miles) run trips to suit all abilities.

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Pembrokeshire Coast | Tenby

Coasteering, office on Tenby Harbour

Coasteering – a blend of shore-scrambling, swell-riding, nature-watching and cliff-jumping – was invented in Pembrokeshire, so where better to try it out.

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Water Sports in Tenby

Watersports

Try out jet-skiing, paddleboarding, rib rides or kayaking from the North Beach. Or head for Newgale (26 miles) is a vast shingle-backed beach at the top of St Brides Bay, where Big Blue run the full array of watersports hire and tuition – surfing, kite surfing, stand up paddleboarding.

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Skomer Island

Skomer Island

Skomer and Skokholm, off St Brides Bay, make up one of the world’s most important sea-bird sites To get up close to the seals, dolphins, porpoises and basking sharks take, a boat trip from Martin’s Haven especially during puffin season (May to July).

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