A walk along Tenby beachesA late summer stroll on the golden sands of Wales
Tenby (Dinbych-y-Pysgod), Pembrokeshire, South West Wales, UK [map], Sept 2012
Situated in the far south west corner of Wales, the walled town of Tenby offers 2.5 miles (4.0 km) of clean, sandy beaches, with its North Beach, Castle Beach and South Beaches all receiving Blue Flag Awards in 2011.
Here's some photos from a delightful walk along the three beaches on a breezy late Summer morning.
The dramatic view of the houses and hotels facing the South Beach at Tenby.
On South Beach.
It was lovely to walk along a deserted beach under a big sky. Lovely!
The water was really clean and surprisingly warm.
Heading towards St Catherine's Island (Ynys Catrin), a small tidal island dominated by the 1870 Palmerston Fort which is currently being restored.
Looking back along South Beach..
Walking through the rock formation to Castle Beach.
View on Castle beach, with the shadow of St Catherine's Island reaching across the sand.
Walking through the harbour at low tide.
A not-entirely successful attempt to leap a large puddle on North Beach.
The skies darken over Tenby.
Fearful of the oncoming store, we hotfooted it up the stairs off the beach and grabbed a coffee at Caffe Vista, where the staff were very nice indeed!
Looking over North Beach after the storm had passed.
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