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Holiday Directory

Useful information about your holiday in Tenby

Sub-categories : Coach Companies , Historical Interest , Rental Accommodation Companies , Ferries to Ireland , Tenby Artists , Villages around Tenby , Sport & Leisure in Pembrokeshire , Sport & Leisure Links
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TYF Adventure

Discover world-class coasteering, sea kayaking, surfing and rock climbing at TYF Adventure. Escape to the stunning Pembrokeshire coast for an excellent day, weekend or longer break. Based in historic St Davids (34 miles from Tenby) in the stunning Pembrokeshire Coast National Park in SW Wales.

01437 721611
West Wales Dive Company

West Wales Dive Company is an award winning 5 star facility offering recreational snorkelling and scuba diving courses, dive excursions and sea-life boat trips for individuals, families, dive clubs and large groups. They provide experience programs (try-dives) for complete novices, all the way through to Instructor level courses for those seeking a career in the Dive Industry.

01437 781457
West Wales Holiday Cottages

A Ceredigion based holiday company with nearly 500 cottages to choose from in beautiful West Wales. Anything from a cottage for two, cottages for large gatherings to a normal family holiday. Over half of the cottages are dog friendly.

01239 810033
West Wales Wind Surf Sail

West Wales Watersports offer a full programme of RYA sailing courses for all levels and abilities. They are a fully accredited RYA training centre with courses running continuously from April to September, and something to suit everyone; individuals, couples, groups of friends, corporate, and children's groups.

01646 636642
Wild West Wales

This is a company offering a wide range of activity holiday in Pembrokeshire including diving, coasteering, kayaking, sailing, windsurfing, kitesurfing and mountainbiking.

Wiseman's Bridge

This is a tiny hamlet situated between Saundersfoot and Amroth with rocky beaches and a nice pub. At low tide you can walk across the beach from Saundersfoot or at high tide you can still access Wiseman's Bridge through the tunnels (at the end of the Strand) which once were part of the railway line that carried the coal down to Saundersfoor harbour.

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