Tenby, Pembrokeshire

Tenby Postcard

In recent years the beaches around Tenby have consistently been awarded the prestigious Blue Flag for safety and cleanliness.

In the town you'll find a wealth of traditional seaside fayre, fish 'n' chips, donkey rides, trampolining and water sports. Older attractions include the cobbled streets where you'll find interesting shops and the town's castle with views of the Pembrokeshire coastline.

Tenby's Local Attractions

The pleasant boat trip starts your day, enjoying the sights and character of the island. There are no roads so you can relax while the kids explore, walk up to the Lighthouse and take in the scenery of the Pembrokeshire coast. Then maybe rest on the beach of Priory Bay or in the tea-rooms before your boat trip return to Tenby.

Enjoy the activity of quad biking and negotiate the exciting courses within the spectacular Pembrokeshire countryside. With bikes catering for all ages from 6 to 60 you can be sure of safety and fun at this tourist board acredited activity centre.

Housed in a 19th chapel just a few minutes walk from the centre of Tenby, the silent world aquarium and reptile collection offers a closeup view of all marine life, reptiles, amphibians and invertebrates. Each area has a theme where amongst the most popular guests are Boa's, Water Dragons and the Seahorses.

The park features 22 life size dinosaurs dotted along the woodland trail, fossil hunting & the "dino keeper's safari". Indoor attractions include a mini-theatre which stages regular puppet shows and even the gift shop is in the shape of a dinosaur.

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