Set on the South Wales coast, Tenby has been welcoming holidaymakers for over 200 years. Its origins stretch back to the Middle Ages, and the ruins of the medieval walls still surround the town. Today, it’s a hub for artists, sculptors and ceramics specialists.
The seafront is peppered with pastel-coloured houses, and the town is a charming network of cobbled streets, lined with cafés, restaurants and shops. Fancy something a tad more strenuous? Take a stroll along the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path for spectacular views of Caldey Island.
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