Pembrokeshire coastal path

Pembroke Castle & Tenby

Discover Pembroke Castle, the vast medieval structure that was the birthplace of Henry Tudor (Henry VII) and enjoy a stroll in the ancient, but very picturesque harbour town of Tenby.

  • Magnificent medieval (restored in the Victorian era) Pembroke Castle.
  • Historical importance of Pembroke Castle – Henry Tudor, Civil War (1642 – 51), Oliver Cromwell etc.
  • Ancient and very pretty town/harbour of Tenby.
  • Tenby town walls – Grade 1 listed medieval structure.
  • Difficulty level

    Level 2: Moderate - some mobility needed

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  • From

    99 €

  • Please note

    Appropriate clothing and comfortable walking shoes, depending on weather for the day.

Built in the 12th century by the Normans, this was the birthplace of Henry Tudor (Henry VII). Enjoy a guided tour of the castle before a short drive to the ancient town of Tenby, a picturesque walled medieval town with a historic harbour.

The old walls are almost completely intact and have served well to preserve the old town from the effects of modernisation and development. Walk with your guide or enjoy some free time before reboarding your motor coach for the return to the pier.

Total walking distance is approx. 2 km and at guests leisure during their free time. Only certain areas of the castle and Tenby are wheelchair accessible and guests must be able to step in and out of the motor coach and have someone with them to assist.

Practical information: 

  • Remarks/requirements: Appropriate clothing and comfortable walking shoes, depending on weather for the day. 

  • Walking information: Walking involved (distance in meters/type of terrain):   Up to 2 km for participants to enjoy all elements of the excursion. The guide will offer guided tours at Pembroke Castle and Tenby, but guests may explore independently should they wish.  Mixed terrain with steps. Limitations for guests with walking difficulties. 

  • Wheelchair accessible: No.

  • Language: English.