Tenby North is situated between the harbour beach and the north cliffs and is overlookedby a promenade and Tenby town itself. This popular beachis dominated by a massive rock in the middle of the beach, Goscar rock.The area can getvery busy at the peak season, but the excellent water quality more than makes up for it.
The beach has been awarded a Blue Flag and the water quality is excellent making it great for young families and those looking to try out some watersports. Directly above the beach is a shop, cafe, toilets, and various hire facilities. Any other amenitiescan be found inTenby its self. A lifeguard service operates in summer daily and there is a Tourist information Centre above the beach.
If the crowds do get too much there are three other beaches within walking distance. Harbour Beach can be found nestling at the rear of the Harbour and is scattered with small fishing boats. Castle Beach lies in the small cover between Castle Hill and the East Cliff - at low tide you can walk out to St Catherine's Island. Furtheralong the coastis the South Beach which is made up of two kilometres of golden sands stretchingall the way toGilter Point