Leisure Activities in Tenby and Pembrokeshire

You can spend your time in Tenby in many different ways: bathing, boating, walking, golfing, bowling (a very fine bowling green is within a minute’s walk of the Hildebrand) or just lazing around at your leisure!

Only 200 yards away are the golden sands of the South Beach, which stretch for 2 miles to Giltar Point.

Facing the beach is the Monastic Island of Caldey, where the Cistercian Order live and work. You can visit the Monastery by boat from Tenby Harbour or you can take a boat trip around the island and observe the seals and bird life that inhabit its rugged shores.

Also available in Tenby are fishing trips or, for the more adventurous, Parascending trips around the bay!

Tenby is an ideal base for visiting many enchanting places in the locality. Within a 1 hour drive you could visit:

  • Carew Castle (within 20 minutes)
  • St Davids Cathedral (within 1 hour)
  • Pembroke Castle
  • Manorbier Castle
  • Carew Castle
  • Dylan Thomas’s Boat House at Laugharne
  • Bosherston Lily Ponds
  • Pembrokeshire National Park

There are 2 outstanding golf courses nearby. Tenby Golf Club is a traditional championship links course and the oldest affiliated 18 hole course in Wales. Trefloyne Golf Club is an exciting addition to the area.

For information on Wales, Search in Wales is an independent Welsh based search engine for Welsh based web sites. Local links for local people.

See also the Visit Pembrokeshire leisure guide.

Monastic Island of Caldey
Tenby Harbour at night
Tenby South Beach
Tenby Lifeboat Station
St Davids Cathedral
Carew Castle