Fox News has released what it believes to be the ‘10 coolest small towns in Europe’, away from the well-worn paths to the likes of London, Paris and Rome, these are the little jewels hidden away off the beaten track taken by tourists every year.
Included in the list is the small seaside and harbour town of Tenby on the South Wales coast, and only 12 miles from Pendine Sands Holiday Park.
Although the seaside resort of Tenby has attracted holidaymakers from Wales and England for many years, it has remained a less discovered secret to those beyond these shores who have yet to peer over the medieval town walls, parts of which can still be seen at the entrance to the town and helps Tenby to retain much of its ancient charm and appeal.
Stroll through the cobbled streets that link together the many shops, street cafes, restaurants and pubs that bustle with locals and holidaymakers. There is no shortage of brilliant beaches here either; Tenby is almost surrounded by sandy beaches, with amazing views across the Gower Peninsula and Carmarthen to the east, and views to the Island of Caldey to the south. Although the beach at the harbour is much smaller, nestled away at the back of the harbour, it is well worth a visit with more great views and boat trips to nearby Caldey Island. The views back up to the top of the cliffs are great too, as the pastel coloured buildings hang off the cliffs with a nod towards the French-Riviera style of architecture.
With Pendine Sands Holiday Park just 12 miles away, why not book your summer holiday to the South Wales coast? Ideally located in Carmarthenshire and for exploring the Pembrokeshire coast, there’s plenty for you to do even on the days where can resist the walk to the beach! The park itself has an indoor swimming pool, duck pond and picnic area, live entertainment and kids clubs for those days where you stay at the park.
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