Tenby Castle Beach

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Tenby Castle Beach: This is the smallest of Tenby's three beaches, at only about 150m wide and narrower at high tide. When the tide is out it is split in two by St. Catherine's Island, with its old fort. At very low tide the sand is continuous with South Beach. This beach is also good for swimming.

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The main town of Tenby is just a few minutes' walk from the beaches. The A478. A4139 and B4318 all lead to Tenby.

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Free

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