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The Tenby (Welsh: Dinbych-y-pysgod, which means fortress of fish) is a fortified coastal township in Pembrokeshire, Wales, on the west side of Carmarthen Bay. The Tenby is a municipality of the municipal administration. 4 mile ( 4. 0 km ) of sand beach and the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, the mediaeval thirteenth Century city wall, among them the Five Arches Gate House, the Tenby Museum and Art Gallery, the fifteenth C. St. Mary's Church and the National Trust's Tudor Merchant's House.
From Tenby harbor, a boat will take you to Caldey island, while St. Catherine's Isle is a high tide area. Tenby train terminal serves the city. Tenby was a naturally settled site with its strategically located on the far western seaboard of Britain and a naturally protected port from both the Atlantic and Irish Seas.
Etmic Dinbych", a verse that probably dates from the ninth millennium and is still found in the book Taliesin from the fourteenth millennium, contains the first mention of a Tenby village. Jasper Tudor, Henry Tudor's grandson, declared in 1457 that he was willing to pay the town's traders the cost of renovating and enhancing Tenby's defence, as it was economically important for this part of Wales.
In the late Middle Ages Tenby therefore received kingly subsidies to fund the preservation and upgrading of its defence facilities and the fencing of its port. Henry Tudor, later King Henry VII of England, was housed in Tenby during the Rose War, before going into Exile in 1471.
First Tenby explained the parliament in the English civil ward. It was another ironic conflict that brought about a revival of Tenby's fortune. Paxton's attempts to revitalize the city were successful, and even when the Battle of Trafalgar re-opened Europe, Viktorian Tenby's expansion was unavoidable. Tenby was known both in Georgia and Victoria as a spa and center for plant and geographic studies.
1856 the author Mary Ann Evans (stage name George Eliot) escorted George Henry Lewes to Tenby to collect material for his work Seaside Studies, released in 1858. The Tenby area has four elementary as well as one middle school: Hafan-y-Mor Ysgol, Tenby Church in Wales Elementary High, St. Teilo's RC High and Ysgol Greenhill High.
Students at St. Teilo's and Tenby Church in Wales Schools are admitted to Greenhill Schools by default, but they can be registered in another one. The Ysgol Hafan y Môr is a Welsh Spanish course. The majority of students go on to Ysgol y Preseli, a Welsh middle class in Crymych.
Former local colleges were Tenby V.C. Infants Schule, an English middle secondary with a Welsh element. The students of this junior college register themselves at Tenby Junior College, which is now Ysgol Hafan y Môr. The Tenby V.C. Infant College was torn down in 2016 and transformed into a campus for the Greenhill Group.
There are many stores, bars and eateries in Tenby to serve you. Tenby's A478 links to the M4 via the A477, A40 and A48 in approximately 64 km (40 miles). The Tenby train terminal is operated and serviced by Arriva Trains Wales, with scheduled connections every hour to Swansea and on to London Paddington via First Great Western.
In the high seasons the train runs directly from Paddington to Tenby. The Tenby United RFC, a Rally Unions clubs, exists since 1876. She' s a member of the Welsh Rally Team. In September Tenby organizes the Welsh Ironman Triathlon. The Tenby Aces Cycling Course and the 18-hole Tenby Course, which offers left-handed coastal Golf, are also available.
The Tenby has a marine environment with cold summer, moderate winter and often strong wind. ikimedia Commons has resources related to Tenby. Vikivoyage has a guidebook for Tenby.