Tenby Photos

Photos of Tenby and Pembrokeshire

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Welsh Mining Lovespoons

Welsh Mining Lovespoons.
A special handmade gift where
years ago a man would hand carve
a lovespoon for a woman that he
would like to court.
Our heritage of a welsh mining
community.
The daffodil is a symbol of
a welsh national flower and
in the middle is a symbol of
a treble clef to compliment
wales on our music, On the
top of it, it has a mining lamp.
The second welsh mining spoon
has a miner on it with a mining
shaft at the top.
Price: £30.00
If interested just leave me a message as I can also personalise them for your free and I will get back to you as soon as I can.

Lydstep Cavern Beach 3

 
Lydstep Cavern Beach has
many Sea Caves in one area.
A Sea Cave is formed by the
forces of the sea by waves
seething at the rock face
of a Coast line, this sometimes 
produces huge Caverns.
A typical sea cave is formed
along a weakness in the rock,
like faults, different sediments
or weaker layers.
Faults in the rock sometimes produce chains of caves. Lydstep Cavern Beach is also known as “Bay of Caves”.

tenby-lydstep cavern beach-low tide.

This beach is sensational, only to
be viewed at it,s highest glory at
low tide. 
Park at lydstep headland car park,
walk to the right, follow a small path
until you come to a pembrokeshire
coast national park gate.
Descend the steps and follow the
path down, there is a rocky entrance,
but well worth it to see the beach, the cavern,s are an extra bonus.
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tenby lifeboat-pembrokeshire.

The sea has encountered an important
role in the history of Tenby town.
Above the Tenby lifeboat station stands
Tenby Museum, which was a former
school building and one of the oldest
in Wales.
The museum has served the community
since 1878.
In the gallery supports the history of the
lifeboat in the town from 1852 up to it,s
present brand new lifeboat, The Haydn
Miller, which complements the new
lifeboat station which Tenby has now.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        The museum has of lot of history of piracy, H.M.S. Tenby and the Tenby Air Sea Rescue Unit, illustrated with photo,s, models, paintings and original artifacts. The R.N.L.I. lifeboat crews are mostly volunteers, they are highly skilled and they will drop everything to save lives in all weather conditions, day or night.

tenby-lydstep cavern beach-pembrokeshire.

This beach is sensational, only to 
be viewed at it,s highest of glory
and at low tide.
Park at Lydstep Headland car park,
walk to the right and follow a small
path until you come to a National
Trust gate, descend  the steps and
follow the path down, there is a rocky
entrance, but well worth it to view the
caverns.
Smuggler,s cave consists of two entrances, and a skyfight. It is a large sea cave about 300 feet long, with an average passage cross-section of 20 feet wide and 30 feet high. The upper end opens out into a grassy doline, steps and handrails have been provided. The beach is sandy, beautiful and captivating with a few prominent features of rocks which are covered in all different kinds of shells. There is another cave called the Droch, here an entrance 20 feet wide and 50 feet high opens out into a chamber 60 feet wide and 60 feet high. 
Well worth a visit.

 

Coppet Hall Sunset-Saundersfoot.

Coppet Hall flies the Blue Flag
Award for it,s cleanliness,
facilities and safety, it has a
small sandy beach and  a car
park nearby, also within walking
distance of Saundersfoot.

Tenby Harbour-Goskar Rock-North Beach.

 
Tenby Harbour is a working fishing
Harbour with Rich Heritage, known
throughout as Fashionable and a
fun seaside resort.
With so much to do and see for a
Fantastic holiday,Tenby is right
central in the middle of everything
from chartered boats,Great Fishing
spots for the keen angler,fresh bait 
available from Tenby indoor market
and if you fancy a walk your on the main route of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park .Maybe you would just like to relax on a beach,well in Tenby you havea choice of all four so take your pick. All are close to facilities, restaurants with sea views and a wide Variety of shops for all your needs. Also there are Plenty of seating stops in case your legs get tired.