This county in the south west of Wales is a place of outstanding natural beauty and home to Pembrokeshire Coast national Park, the only coastal national park in the UK. It differs from much of Wales in that it has long been English in language and culture for many centuries and is occasionally referred to as Little England beyond Wales. Within Pembrokeshire are settlements which include Pembroke itself, Milford Haven, Fishguard, Tenby, Saundersfoot, Neyland, Newport and St. David’s which has the distinction of being the UK’s smallest city with a population of 2,000. There are many things to see and do in Pembrokeshire including visiting the many castles in the area including Pembroke Castle (birthplace of Henry VII), Pembrokeshire Motor Museum and some of the best beaches in the UK such as Whitesands Bay.
Tenby is a walled seaside town is on the western side of Carmarthen Bay in Pembrokeshire. Its medieval town walls including gatehouse dates back to the 13th century. Modern Tenby provides many attractions and activities for both residents and tourists alike. One of the more famous landmarks is St. Catherine’s Island which is a tidal island with St. Catherine’s Fort built on top it. The town underwent a Victorian revival and became popular as a tourist attraction for people wanting to visit spa resorts elsewhere than in continental Europe.Ask a Question Get a Quote
Morning: Depart from school and travel to Pembrokeshire, Wales. Arrival in city centre of Tenby and start of walking tour. See this charming Victorian Welsh town and splendid marina.
Afternoon: Spend you free time with your group visiting the places of interest in Tenby or Pembrokeshire.
Evening: Depart from Pembrokeshire and travel back to school. End of tour.