Tenby South Beach, Beaches Tenby, Pembrokeshire - Wales where to go, what to see and where to stay in Wales


. Tenby Pembrokeshire Wales
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Tenby South Beach is located between St Catherine's Island and Giltar Point in the town of Tenby, Pembrokeshire, South Wales. Tenby's south beach is a firm favourite with holidaymakers. The mile long stretch of sand that is Tenby South Beach is backed by both a sand dune area known as the Burrows and the cliffs on which the town stands. The beach offers spectacular views of Caldey Island - which is inhabited by monks. Tenby South Beach can be crowded at the Castle beach end but opens out as you walk south toward Giltar Point. At low tide the northern end joins up with Castle Beach. The beach with it's excellent quality of water is popular for swimming, windsurfing, sailing, and canoeing. For safety reasons the beach is zoned. Being rather sheltered the beach is only surfable during winter storms. For the more energetic there are many walks nearby including exploring the town itself and Tenbys' other fantastic beaches the Castle Beach and North Beach. Indeed the Pembroke Coast Path cuts through Tenby South Beach. Facilities include toilets, with disabled access, a beach caf� sells snacks and toys, and deck chairs can be hired. There is also a first aid post. There is a slipway in the harbour near to Tenby Castle Beach.
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