Tenby South Beach (Direct access from the park)
The South beach stretches for a mile and runs from St Catherines to Giltar point, offering the most amazing views of Caldy Island. Sand dunes run the entire length of the beach and at low tide it joins up with Castle beach. The beach also runs alongsideTenby championship golf course. Like Tenby North, this is an incredibly popular beach with lots of activities to keep the children busy including a bouncy castle and trampolines. The beach is patrolled by a Lifeguard (10am-6pm) during the summer season and boat trips to Caldey Island run from the beach at low tide.
Tenby North Beach
The North beach at Tenby is a long sandy beach set against a backdrop of cliffs on one side and Tenby town and the picturesque harbour on the other. It is one of Tenby's most popular beaches, dominated by Goscar rock and the impressive 13th century wall that surrounds the victorian town of Tenby. This bustling resort is a 'must see' along Pembrokeshire's dramatic coastline, offering excellent watersports and a good variety of restaurants, shops and pubs to choose from.
Tenby Castle Beach
The ancient ruins of Tenby Castle lie above a picturesque sandy cove situated between Castle Hill and the East Cliff. At low tides it is possible to walk out to St. Catherine's Island, but take care that the tide does not cut you off! The vibrant town of Tenby is only a short stroll away, but the beach has a good range of facilities including it's own café, toilets and deck chair rental.
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Caldey Island is one of Britain’s holy islands and, with more than a thousand years of prayer and quiet living, it’s remote and a gorgeous haven of tranquillity and peace. The Cistercian monks of Caldey continue a tradition that began there in Celtic times.
Carew Castle and Tidal Mill
Magnificent Carew Castle has a history spanning 2000 years. Overlooking a 23 acre millpond, the castle displays its development from a Norman fortification to an Elizabethan country house. The site is home to the only restored Tidal Mill in Wales, a medieval bridge and an impressive 11th Century Celtic cross; all linked by a delightful mile-round walk.
Oakwood Theme Park, Canaston Bridge Narberth SA67 8DE
One of Wales' largest tourist attractions, Oakwood theme park has something for every age from white knuckle rides to family fun rides and indoor play areas.
Folly Farm Adventure Park & Zoo, Begelly SA68 0XA 01834 812731
About 7 miles from Kiln Park is Folly Farm Adventure Park & Zoo. With 6 different zones to visit, everyone will love it and keep going back more. The exciting zones are as follows: the Jolly Farm, Fun Fair, The Carousel Woods, Folly Farm Zoo, the outdoor play area and Folly Wood.
Manor House Wildlife Park, St Florence SA70 8RJ 01646 651201
Re-opened in 2008 by interior designer, Anna Ryder Richardson and her Family, if you have not been to the park now is the time, all day fun with the animals great for all the family.
Dinosaur Park, Gumfreston Tenby SA70 8RB 01834 845272
Welcome to family fun that lasts all day, including Astra Slide, free 18-hole Adventure Golf, Off Roaders Circuit, Super Jumper Trampolines, Sand Diggers, Jungle Climb, Pedal Trucking, Disco Boats, Motorised Tractors and Orbiter Cars.
Watch Out! When you take a mile long walk through ancient woodland, on boardwalks across swamps on the trail of our 29 prehistoric friends - watch out! Listen up! Complete the Quiz, but be prepared for surprises.Truly a monster day out!
Tudor Merchant's House, Quay Hill Tenby SA70 7BX 01834 842279
Late 15th-century town house Authentic Tudor house furnished to recreate the atmosphere of family life in Tudor times Remains of 18th-century seccos on three interior walls Small garden dedicated to plants and herbs used during Tudor times What's new this year Tudor costumes for children to try on and a collection of toys typical of the Tudor period
Heatherton Activity Park, St Florence Tenby SA70 8RJ 01646 652000
All day action & Fun for all, here we go!... Archery, Bumper Boats, Base Ball, Go-Karts, Golf Course, Tree Top Trail, Laser Clay, Paint Ball, Robot Wars, Indoor Bowls, 'NEW' Raceway, Adventure Golf 'Pirates of the Caribbean' themed, Maize Maze, Play area, and I dare say theres more.
Ritec Valley Quad Bikes Trail Riding, Roberts Wall Penally SA70 8NF
If gears are your thing, we have over 12km of groomed routes encompassing some of the finest terrain you are likely to find anywhere in the UK. With an unbeatable mix of the flat fast stuff to get up the gearbox and some seriously developed ash-based woodland to test your skill and concentration, why don't you come and see for yourself why our Trail Riding blows the competition away. 01834 843390
Tenby Museum, Castle Hill Tenby SA70 7BP 01834 842809
Tenby Museum is housed in part of the remains of Tenby Castle and although looking deceptively small from the outside the museum has six spacious galleries, research facilities and a gift shop. Situated on Castle Hill, there are spectacular views of Castle Beach, South Beach and Caldey Island from the area surrounding the museum.
Art Matters Gallery, South Parade Tenby Pembrokeshire SA70 7DG
Art Matters is an extensive gallery showing original art by some of the best Welsh and British artists in a uniquely relaxed and welcoming environment.
The large ground floor gallery space houses exhibitions which change every 4 weeks or so while the 5 upstairs galleries show a changing selection of work. Established in 2001, we have become best known for paintings and original prints but also show some sculpture, and ceramics. 01834 843375
Blue Lagoon Follow signs to Bluestone Narberth SA67 8DE
Visit Blue lagoon and experience some of the wildest indoor waves in the UK, relax in the lazy river, zoom down the flumes, dodge the water cannons, or maybe just take it easy in the spa pool, all in an amazing, upturned coracle where it’s summer all year round.
A delightful little harbour town and seaside resort with beaches stretching to the north and south. Its hilltop position led to its early settlement as a Welsh stronghold, which was replaced in medieval times by a Norman Castle and walled town. Part of the town’s wall still survives to this day and it makes an attractive feature at the entrance to the old town.
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