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Outdoor Activities TenbyHere are a list of activities around Tenby and the surroundings which are based outdoors.

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Go Sea Kayak

For all your kayak needs, contact Go Sea Kayak, based in Tenby.

Guided Walks of Tenby

Run by Marion Davies, a recognised Official guide by Visit Wales, these walks are informative, intriguing and entertaining. Walks include The Ghost Walk of Tenby (voted by the Sunday Times as one of the top 5 in Britain!) , The Story of Tenby, Pirates, Tenby Harbour as well as Poets and Painters. Private parties also catered for.

Check the website for specific times and locations.

Heatherton Golf Course

Heatherton has a highly successful and popular Pitch and Putt golf course set in picturesque Pembrokeshire countryside. One of only a handful of it’s kind it has developed in quality over the past 10 years, challenging golfers of all abilities, all year round.

Heatherton World of Activities

Heatherton is a large sports & leisure attraction offering a fantastic variety of activities that range from Go-Karts, Paintball, Treetops Trail, Archery to Bumper boats, Kids driving school, Indoor play area, Golf and Zorbing. There is truly something for everyone. The park is dog friendly & operates a free admission policy with a great value family & individual passes on offer. Open all year round.

Horse & Carriage Ride Tenby

Why not take a delightful horse and carriage ride through the picturesque town of Tenby? Starts in Tudor Square in the heart of Tenby.

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Ian Heaps Premier Fishery

14 miles from Tenby this premier fishery offers coarse and game fishing from 8am till 8pm with personal tuition also available. Accommodation is also available.

Jubilee Park Tenby

Jubilee Park is a newly refurbished playground area for children in the heart of Tenby with beautiful views over the glorious South Beach. Originally built for the Queen's Jubilee it has been rebuilt for the Diamond Jubilee of 2012 at a cost of £85,000.

Lamphey Bishop's Palace

Lamphey Bishop’s Palace was the retreat of choice for those medieval bishops seeking solace from the everyday stresses of Church and State. The medieval bishops of St Davids were worldly men who enjoyed the privileges of wealth, power and status. Lamphey did not disappoint. A palace fit for a queen…or at least the occasional bishop.

Llwyngarreg Garden

Llwyngarreg is a 3 1/2 acre garden in West Wales, right on the Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire border. It was started by Liz and Paul O'Neill in 2000.

Llys-y-Fran Country Park & Reservoir

There is a wide variety to interest the whole family at this great park (free admission), from walking, cycling to rowing as well as the spectacular views of the 100ft high dam and beautiful surrounding countryside. Fishing and sailing also available and a children's adventure playground for all ages.

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