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Tenby Town Information

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The historic and pretty harbour dates from 1328 and is probably one of the most photographed locations in Wales.

Nowadays, it is a thriving activity centre for pleasure, fishing and passenger cruise boats.
  Tenby Harbour

In the harbour surroundings all the main water and leisure activities are catered for, including fishing, sailing, windsurfing, water-skiing and parascending or alternatively enjoy a cruise to or around the magnificent nearby Islands of Caldey and St Margarets, famed for their monastic heritage and wildlife.
Tenby   The resort of Tenby perches spectacularly on a promontory within Britain's only Coastal National Park.

North Beach regularly Flies the European Blue Flag in recognition of Its excellent water quality, beach management and visitor amenities.

Tenby has also provided the setting for several costume dramas including "Basil" starring Christian Slater in 1997 and "Vanity Fair".

Two top class eighteen hole golf courses; a new leisure centre; an award winning museum and a variety of other visitor attractions on its doorstep are reasons why a visit to the historic walled town of Tenby should not be missed.

The harbour is administered by Pembrokeshire County Council and offers limited visitor berths. For full details of all services, activities and charges contact the Harbourmaster, on 01834 842717.