Picture postcard views are sometimes just that, and none more so than in Tenby. Quite fittingly in the ‘jewel in the crown’ of the Welsh Riviera, every day is like a holiday, where you can get lost in a daydream of panoramic views.
The town, which was originally a 13th Century fishing harbour, holds a special and dear place in the hearts of many who have visited, and who keep coming back time and time again. Known for its period town walls and famous stretches of sandy shorelines that dot around the outskirts of the land, the ruins of Tenby Castle are on a headland overlooking the harbour and out across Carmarthen Bay.
The sign that welcomes you into the town carries the Greek motto from Euripides, ‘The sea washes away all the ills of men’ and is set in both Welsh and English. The quotation from Euripides is also inscribed
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