Tenby Castle - From Tenby Beach, United Kingdom
Tenby Castle, also known as 'The Castle of the Sea', is located in the historic town of Tenby in Pembrokeshire, in Southwest Wales. It is a 12th century castle built by the Normans and continued to be used as a fortress until the 16th century. It is now owned by Pembrokeshire County Council and make a popular tourist attraction. The castle is situated on a rocky headland, with a chapel and a keep tower. With its circular wall and towers, Tenby Castle offers visitors stunning vistas along the coastline. Visitors can explore the elevated grassy area within the medieval castle walls, amongst the partially preserved walls and features. There is also a wooded area and playground, which is great for families with kids. Inside the chapel, visitors can find the Caravan Graveyard, a collection of old caravans dating back to the 1950s. Tenby Castle is open to the public daily and admission is free. Visitors can also take part in a customized tour of the castle and its grounds.