Tenby is Pembrokeshire's main and busiest tourist resort.
South Beach is the longest at about 2km, with a large car park and restaurant just below the town. North Beach runs from the harbour with Goskar Rock in the middle and north cliffs behind. Castle Beach is a small beach surrounded by the town and St. Catherine's Island and easily accessible via a ramp from near the harbour. It's overlooked by the bandstand and Tenby Museum. Harbour Beach is an even smaller beach at the top of the harbour with the old buildings of the Sailing Club and Fishermen's Chapel.