A fleet of boats run to Caldey Ialnd from Tenby Harbour, every day except Sunday, throughout the summer months, weather permitting. Tickets can be bought from the relevant booth on the harbour.
Caldey Island has been inhabited for many centuries by various orders of monks and is currently owned by the Cistercian Order, living in the beautiful Abbey, found just a few minutes walk from the landing stage.
There are a variety of churches on the island ranging from the Abbey Church where the monks conduct their seven daily services, but explore a little further and you will discover the Old Priory with its old limestone church and also the little Norman church of St David's. On the cliff overlooking Priory Beach you will also find Caldey Calvary and the Watchtower Chapel.
On the far side of the island you can walk to the lighthouse and enjoy the spectacular views. If you wish there is also a marked cliff path allowing you to explore the island and perhaps see the Atlantic Grey Seals and other birds and wildlife.
Also look out for the Chocolate Factory and Abbey Gift Shop selling perfume and shortbread baked in the Monastery.
Further information on this tranquil, historic island can be found on their website.
Great news! The dates for the ever popular Tenby Summer Spectaculars (Bonanzas) for 2015 have finally been released. Be sure to get yourself to at least 1 to enjoy the music, entertainment, food, drink, stalls and the legendary fireworks over the beauiful setting of Tenby harbour. This year Tenby Rotary Club will host the event on 2nd & 16th August with the Tenby Round Table hosting 9th & 23rd August. Also back by ppular demand is the Paella festival on 30th August (no fireworks for this one)