Tenby, United Kingdom

View gallery

1 photos

Below are pictures and videos. Select what you want to view below.

Wedged between its sweeping north and south beaches, and fronting an island-studded seascape, beguilingly old-fashioned TENBY (Dinbych-y-Pysgod) is everything a seaside resort should be. Narrow streets duck and wind downhill from the medieval centre to the harbour. Steps down the steeper slopes provide magical views of the dockside arches which still house fishmongers selling the morning's catch, while rows of brightly painted houses and hotels are strung along the clifftops. The focal point of Tenby's old centre is the 152-foot spire of the largely fifteenth-century St Mary's church, …
Information by Rough Guides

Top Hotels in Tenby, United Kingdom

from Yahoo Travelers