Tenby North Beach
The North Beach is where you will end up after a lazy amble through the twisting maze of cobbled streets in this popular tourist destination. As a prime family getaway this sandy blue flag beach is a great place to enjoy time away for the school holidays. If you have ever felt like tackling the challenge of the ultimate super sandcastle then this golden beach is just what you need. Follow these top tips and you’ll soon have something to be proud of. Tenby’s beaches now employ a no dog policy between May and September and on the North Beach the town provides a trained lifeguard for added reassurance during the day. The beach has disabled parking near by as well as toilets and small shops.
Still surrounded by a medieval town wall, Tenby is a place of quirky boutiques, cafes, and restaurants. If the shops and cafes aren’t for you then the active family can grab their bikes and pick up part of the Celtic Trail straight from the North Beach. Have a breathtaking stint along the Wales Coastal Path before returning to watch the sunset. You could even give your family a bird’s eye view of the coast with the FBM Holidays self catering accommodation at Croft Court. Delightful apartments overlooking the stunning North Beach but only a small walk to the shops, these apartments are perfect for a small family and offers comfortable accommodation as well as parking. Close to the sea you could wake up and enjoy strolling down for a morning dip in the crystal clear water in this beautiful part of the Pembrokeshire Coast.
Between the bright and bouncing colours of the streets why not soak up some history at the Tudor Merchant’s House - before being warmed by the golden glow of the sand at your toes as you relax and revive on a weekend break.
Tenby is one of Wales’ most sought after destinations and the North Beach is one of the most popular beaches, its golden lit sand and clear blue sea makes for a truly memorable time away.