Must-See Beaches in Tenby
The region of Pembrokeshire in the UK is a haven of natural wonders. It is a primary cultural hub with castles still standing and properly preserved. But the reason why tourists flock to this region, especially during the summer, is because it has spectacular seashores along the Carmarthen Bay. In recent years, these coasts received a total of 10 Blue Flag Awards because of its clear waters and well maintained banks. In fact, this region is considered to be one of the neatest holiday destinations not only in Wales but also in the entire country. If you plan to take a dip in one of these shores, then here are some of the oceanfronts you should swim in:
- This area is composed of a golden stretch of sand, sprinkled occasionally with rock pools and the most prominent landmark, the Goskar Rock. Located between the Harbour and North Cliffs, it offers a great view of the bay. It is also particularly crowded during the sunny season because of its popularity among locals and tourists alike due to its accessibility.
- This is just walking distance away from the Tenby town centre and houses various facilities such as cafes and resorts. You can also discover the native Sailing Club and the Fishermen's Chapel. During high tide, you can go on a series of boat trips from this coast to Caldy Island.
- This seafront lies in the small cove between Castle Hill and East Cliff. One of the many activities visitors enjoy especially during low tide is walking out to St. Catherine's island to explore the many large boulders and little pools. Guests can enter this haven through the slipway at the top of the pier.
- One of the unique features of this place is the 2-kilometre stretch of golden sand and sand dunes leading to the oldest, established golf club in Wales. It has also won a Tidy Britain Group Seaside Award. It is also lined with a series of cafes, retail stores, resorts, and a car park.
Some things that these destinations have in common are their pristine waters and relaxing ambience.
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