Visit Castle Beach during low tide and be rewarded with a breathtaking view of the beautiful, golden stretch of sand across the delicately curved bay between Castle Hill and East Cliff. Relax on a beach chair while enjoying your ice cream, or build a sandcastle with the kids and soak up the sun on this award-winning beach. Feeling adventurous? Check out the nearby St. Catherine’s Island and explore the tidal caves beneath it, when the tide’s out.
Discover Tenby’s past and join a guided walk, experiencing the town’s rich history first-hand. If you are brave enough for a spooky storytelling, a special tour about the mysterious tales of ghosts, fairies, and witches of Pembrokeshire is also available!
Art enthusiasts can visit the Tenby Museum & Art Gallery, which houses two impeccably designed art galleries, one of which showcases the permanent artworks and the other for temporary exhibits, often featuring local talents. Children can also take part in interactive displays, dressing up as a ruthless pirate and learning about Tenby’s maritime history or roleplay as a history detective, delving into the mysteries of the past.
Whether you want to keep a little souvenir from your trip around town or buy a gift for a loved one, drop by the wonderful Lovespoon Workshop and witness a genuine Welsh heirloom being carved by the Thomas family, whose tradition of crafting lovespoons dates way back from the 17th century. These beautiful pieces were given as love tokens to sweethearts throughout Wales, and it’s heartwarming that these traditions continue into the 21st century.
Everyone deserves a break from time to time, and Tenby is one of the best places to get away from it all. Book your trip ahead of time using our Advance tickets. For a flexible option, Anytime tickets are also available. Want to share the excitement? Group discounts are another money-saving idea from Transport for Wales. Start planning your trip now!