21st December 2016 by

Posted in Pembrokeshire

5 Unmissable places near Tenby

Fun for all the family

  1. Heatherton Country Sports Park – enjoy all the fun of archery, golf, go-carts and the tree tops trail plus many more exciting activities to suit the whole family, ranging from the fun zone through to the adrenalin zone . There’s an onsite café where you can enjoy a drink and a bite to eat after your fun filled day. Open all year and entry to the park is free – you just pay for the activities you use. http://www.heatherton.co.uk/
  2. Ritec Valley Quad Bikes – enjoy a fun filled day for the whole family at the number one quad bike experience in Wales. Located just outside Tenby, you will enjoy all the thrills of quad track racing plus the quad trails through woodland tracks. Catering for age 6 upwards, this long established, family run park has been a popular attraction since 1989. http://www.ritec-valley.co.uk/
  3. Manor Wildlife Park – located just outside Tenby, this popular park is set in 52 acres of parkland and is dedicated to the conservation of endangered species, working within assisted breeding programmes to help protect them from extinction. Enjoy a fascinating day out where you can observe rhinos, tigers and many more exotic animals. There is also educational tours and a play area for children. Get even closer to the animals with their amazing ‘Be a Keeper’ experience and see what it’s really like to be a zoo keeper!
  4. The Dinosaur Park – step back through the ages and discover an age of dinosaurs just outside Tenby at the Dinosaur Park. Younger children will love the activities and rides, indoor and outdoor play areas and the info centre where they can learn all about our prehistoric past when dinosaurs roamed this land. http://www.thedinosaurpark.co.uk/
  5. Caldey Island – this beautiful little monastic island is located just off the coast of Tenby. A short boat ride from Tenby Harbour lands you at the quayside on this peaceful little island, home to an order of Cistercian monks and a small community of island dwellers. There are no cars on the island so you can stroll at leisure along the country lanes and enjoy the peace and tranquillity of this unique place on the Pembrokeshire coast. The monks produce perfume, toiletries, chocolate and shortbread all available to purchase on the island and are the perfect souvenir or gift to take home. The tea garden is an idyllic place to relax over afternoon tea whilst enjoying the natural beauty of the island. www.caldey-island.co.uk