A haven for holiday-makers from all over Britain and beyond, Tenby is South Pembrokeshire´s largest town, offering splendid Victorian and Georgian architecture set within Tudor town walls. During the summer months there is no traffic allowed within the town itself, and Tenby is transformed into a ´café culture´ centre, with restaurants and bars spilling out into the streets and across Tudor Square.
At its busiest during the summer, Tenby has a vibrant year-round social scene, with a good variety of galleries, cafes, restaurants and public houses. Shopping amenities include many independent and interesting shops as well as a supermarket and convenience stores with extended opening hours. Tenby´s championship Golf Course is also situated within a few hundred yards of water´s edge
Tenby is nestled along the spectacular Pembrokeshire coastline forming part of the National Park, an area of outstanding natural beauty which offers a huge variety of landscapes, including steep limestone cliffs, undulating red sandstone bays, volcanic headlands and flooded glacial valleys.