Well Park is ideally situated for exploring the area and enjoying everything Pembrokeshire has to offer. A 15 minute walk takes you to the quiet secluded Waterwynch Bay where the children can potter about in the rock pools or you can enjoy an early morning swim in the clear waters.
The park is in easy reach of both Tenby and Saundersfoot, As well as a local shop and bus stop which runs between both Towns
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The area’s premier resort of Tenby is just one mile away – or a little less via a country path if you choose to walk. The town centre has a wide choice of shops and restaurants to suit all tastes. There are four beaches at Tenby: North Beach, Castle Beach, Harbour Beach, and South Beach with its 1 & ¼ miles of golden sand you will always be able to find your own space.
Picture of Tenby Harbour
The sister resort of Saundersfoot is just 1.5 miles in the other direction where golden sands stretch from the charming village centre to nearby Coppet Hall where an interesting walk leads you through the old railway tunnels to the waterfront hamlet of Wiseman's Bridge.
The picturesque harbours at both resorts are always a hive of activity and there are boats operating mackerel and deep sea fishing trips. From Tenby harbour you can take boat trips to and around Caldey Island, home to a Cistercian order of monks who produce perfume from the wild gorse. The cliffs around the island are home to a colony of grey seals, and you can often see them swimming in the coves or basking on the rocks with their young pups.
Away from the resorts there is plenty to do with a wide variety of activities to choose from. Manor House Wildlife Park, The Dinosaur Experience, Heatherton Country Sports Park and Oakwood Theme Park with its white knuckle rides, all make great days out for families of all ages, whilst Folly Farm is an ideal attraction for younger children, with friendly farm animals to pet and an indoor fun fair.
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