Today I would like to show you the very nice town of Tenby, located on the west coast of Wales, in Pembrokeshire. Tenby is called Dinbych-y-pysgod in Welsh and has around 4,500 citizens. While you are getting familiar with this great name (repeat after me Dinbych-y-pysgod, Dinbych-y-pysgod, Dinbych-y-pysgod) I suggest that we start walking along the beach to reach the town's heart: the harbour.
It reminds me some cities in France and I have to say that it is a great surprise
to have such nice city at only one hour drive from Swansea (The place to be)...The sun is playing with the clouds today and the city
centre is full of tourists and locals, we feel the smell of summer!On the other side of the hill, we can see the island of Sainte Catherine and its stronghold built in 1869, reachable at low tide. The citizens enjoy a nice day at the beach.I personnaly enjoy this nice day with a couple of friends: Ana, Lars, Lauranne and Natalie!After a nice walk in the city centre...... we have to head back to the car because our trip in the west coast is just beginning and we have a couple of other places to see before the end of the day.Dinbych-y-pysgod is over for today but I really hope
to come back soon to this gorgeous place!