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Caldey Island Famous for its Cistercian abbey, this charming island is an easy 20-minute boat trip from Tenby. The most wooded of Pembrokeshire's islands, its sheltered village area has a cosy atmosphere and caters well for the day visitor. caldey, island, cistercian, abbey, tenby,

Easy Access Beaches Easy Access Beaches in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park easy, access, beaches, amroth, wiseman's, bridge, saundersfoot, tenby,

Places to visit in the National Park Pembrokeshire Coast National Park boasts a wealth of wonderful places to explore and enjoy. beaches, carew, castle, castell, henllys, tenby, davids, places, visit, family, holiday, attractions,

Plan your visit to the Pembrokeshire Coast Information provision is found through out Pembrokeshire, both incorporated in libraries and through stand alone tourist information centres. They are well spread around the county providing visitor information and services through publications, displays and knowledgable staff. tourist, information, centres, visitor, davids, tenby, tourism, oriel,

St Margaret's Island Adjoining Caldey is St Margaret's Island. A medieval chapel of that name once stood on the island but was converted in Victorian times into housing for the men who quarried the island’s limestone. The island is now uninhabited and is a small but important nature reserve. margaret's, island, tenby, caldey,

Tenby The seaside town of Tenby is one of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park’s best known locations. Tenby is renowned for the golden sands that surround the town, however the beautiful beaches only tell one part of the story. tenby, iconic, views, images, anniversary, 60th,