Tenby Harbour Beach is a small and picturesque beach sheltered by the harbour wall and surrounded by pastel coloured Georgian buildings. The sands are ideal for young children and the beach is only minutes from the town centre. The harbour is home to the Sailing Club and the Fishermen’s Chapel. A variety of boat trips run from the harbour for fishing, sightseeing and to Caldey Island. It is possible to hire boats or go on paragliding trips from the harbour or join the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path for some dolphin spotting.
Car parking: Roads around the old town and harbour are closed during the day in the summer and at any time of year it is best to use the multi-storey car park in Tenby. There are paths and steps from the town on each side of the beach plus a walkway around to North Beach.
Food: The Harbour Café provides food and there are plenty of restaurants, cafes and pubs to choose from in Tenby.
Toilets There are toilets and toilets with disabled access close to the beach and more facilities in Tenby.
Dogs: Dogs are not allowed on Harbour beach from 1st May to 30th September
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