Tenby is a delightful little harbour town and seaside resort, and it would be difficult to find a setting more picturesque. Many of the hotels in Tenby overlook some of Pembrokeshire’s beautiful beaches and the town itself is home to many restaurants, shops, cafes and pubs all linked by cobbled streets.Tenby’s hilltop position led to its early settlement as a Welsh stronghold, which was replaced in medieval times by a Norman Castle and walled town. Part of the town walls survive to this day and are an attractive feature at the entrance to the old town. Until quite recently Tenby was known as “Little England beyond Wales” and the town remains a rather anglicised part of Wales. From the early 19th century, Tenby became a fashionable holiday destination for both the Welsh and the English, and its attractions to the holidaymaker are just as obvious today, The monastery on Caldey Island, just a short boat ride from Tenby, is also well worth a visit.