Exploring the Colourful Town of Tenby
I think that I may have left my heart in Tenby. What an absolutely gorgeous little town it is! If I haven’t left my whole heart, there’s definitely a piece of me still there.
As part of our bank holiday camping trip, my friends and I were keen to explore some of Pembrokeshire. With Tenby only 20 minutes from the Cresswell Barn Farm campsite, it had to be on the agenda!
Parking a short walk outside of Tenby, the group rambled along the sea road and in to the heart of the town. Of course, the views along the way were something special and we did plenty of photo/admiration stops along the way!
We soon reached the colourful buildings we’d seen from afar and opted to do some exploring. We headed down side streets and down towards the sea. Refreshments were had in a beachside cafe and views were admired from Tenby Castle. The group then basked in the sun, whilst Jodie and I photographed flowers. It was lush.
When we’d had enough of wandering and our tummies had started growling, we went in search of lunch. The Normandie Bar offered up good booze and tasty sandwiches. Pudding was found in the form of yummy ice cream from Tenby’s Ice Cream Parlour. The eight of us then meandered our way down to the Castle Beach.
The beaches in this part of the world were idyllic. Soft, golden sand greeted us and it’s safe to say we were all eager to feel it between our toes. Those brave enough to face to cold waters went paddling, whilst the rest hung back and laughed at their ‘wow, this is super cold’ faces.
We walked from one end of the beach to the other, enjoying the sunshine as we went.
Our last port of call for Tenby was a fish and chips supper, before heading back to the cars and to the campsite.
Tenby was an absolutely gorgeous town. But I don’t feel we explored it in full and am desperate to go back already, even if it’s only for a day trip…watch this space!