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Tenby

 


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  • Overview

    The Welsh coastal town of Tenby is one of the most popular destinations for holidays to Wales, and has been a popular tourist destination since Victorian times. Today, Tenby holidays are always a real favourite with Shearings holidaymakers. By combining seaside fun with fascinating history, Tenby holidays offer a mixed and varied experience, combining the chance to relax and unwind on the beautiful Pembrokeshire Coast with the chance to learn something of Wales’s fascinating past.

     

    About Tenby

    Located in south-west Wales, in the county of Pembrokeshire, the seaside resort of Tenby is a walled town set on the western side of Carmarthen Bay. The town’s Welsh name is 'Dinbych-y-pysgod', which means 'fortlet of the fish'. The town’s history dates back as far as the Norman Conquest, and the town’s walls date back to 1264, even today, Tenby offers a traditional, quaint ambience with charming narrow cobbled streets, where you’ll find inviting shops and cafes. 

    Tenby Attractions

    You’ll find so many things to do in Tenby, with attractions including the 13th-century medieval town walls; 2.5 miles of sandy beaches; Tenby harbour; Tenby Museum and Art Gallery; and castles including Pembroke Castle, birthplace of Henry VII; other attractions in Tenby include the National Trust-run Tudor Merchant’s House, a 15th-century town house that today makes for a fascinating visitor attraction, and one of the most popular things to do in Tenby.
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