Saturday 1st May Sunday 2nd May. Lotus Car enthusiast weekend
Saturday 8th May. The Carten cycle event from Cardiff to Tenby.
Saturday 29th May -Fridy 4th June. Coppet Hall family Sailing Week held from saundersfoot sailing Club.
Friday 25th June - Sunday 27th June. Long Course Weekend
Saturday 11th September - Saundersfoot Triathlon
Sunday 12th September Wales Ironman Competition
Date to be Confirmed Vintage Motorcycle Rally
Date to be confirmed Saundersfoot Haloween celebration
Big Bang fireworks - Date to be confirmed
Friday 12th - Sunday 14th November Tenby Blues Festival
Lantern Parade Date to be confirmed.
A large, flat sandy beach with very shallow water. Ideal for swimming, canoeing, sailing and fishing. The perfect destination for the whole family.
Caldey Island is a small island near Tenby, less than 1 mile (1.6 km) off the coast. With a recorded history going back over 1,500 years, it is one of the holy islands of Britain.
This small, remote beach is positioned between the popular tourist spots of Tenby and Saundersfoot. Offering an ideal spot for some time away, in it's unspoiled oasis. A small sandy bay with high cliffs on three sides, it’s a good place to swim and when the tide is out.
Wales International Coastal Centre at Saundersfoot Harbour, folded neatly into the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park & is one of the most beautiful harbours in UK and one of the most delightful of hidden gems on the Welsh Riviera.
A small sandy beach with plenty of space, even when the tide is out. A wide flat area of sand is exposed at low tide, which is ideal for beach games and great spots for crabbing. Great location for fishing, sailing, swimming and bathing, and wind surfing.
Flooded slate quarry known for bright blue-green water, near ruins of worker huts & a pebble beach. The lagoon is perfectly calm.
This half mile long, flat, sandy beach, offers a huge expanse of sand at low tide for all sorts of beach games. It's a great beach for a walk and offers some nice attractions, such as a small stream, and rockpools at the western end.
One of Britain's Best coastal National Parks. It's a spectacular landscape of rugged cliffs, sandy beaches, wooded estuaries and wild inland hills, and a place of sanctuary for wildlife. People belong here, too. They have shaped the landscape over the centuries, leaving their mark in tombs and castles, crosses and cottages, quarries and quays. Today this is a living, working landscape where people and nature co-exist. The National Park Authority looks after it, helps the public to enjoy and understand it, and works with local communities towards a sustainable future.