Tenby is one of the most popular destinations in Wales, and with good reason. This colourful, lively town has endless attractions to suit all tastes, ages and holiday styles. Choose from five beaches, try out a variety of watersports, or explore medieval walls and historic ruins. Browse independent shops, art galleries, and museums. Visit during one of the many festivals, sample the vibrant nightlife and enjoy an eclectic dining scene that caters to everyone from picky little eaters to die-hard foodies. Or, if you like your holidays a little quieter, Saundersfoot lies just along the coast. This picturesque little village has a stunning beach, quaint shops, artisanal eateries and a tranquil vibe.
This area will delight all comers, but it's especially perfect for traditional seaside holidays. Spend your days building sandcastles, exploring rockpools, learning to surf or trying coasteering. Dine on some of the country's best fish 'n chips, with ice cream cones and sticks of rock for dessert. And if you ever tire of the local beaches, plenty more are available. From Saundersfoot, you can stroll along the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path to explore Amroth and Wiseman's Bridge. And a short drive from Tenby will take you to Freshwater East, one of Wales' most beautiful beaches, which you might recognise as the location of Shell Cottage in the Harry Potter films!
But it's not just about the beaches. This area is home to many other attractions. Enjoy a family-fun day out to Heatherton and Oakwood for rides and rollercoasters, Folly Farm for exotic animals and Bluestone indoor waterpark for an ideal rainy-day outing. Play a round of golf at the Tenby Golf Club, go history hunting at Carew Castle, or get pampered at Saundersfoot's St Brides Spa, where you'll find an excellent restaurant and spectacular views from its heated infinity pool. So whether you're on a family holiday, a romantic break, a weekend escape with friends or a solo retreat, you'll find plenty to enjoy in and around Tenby and Saundersfoot.