Caldey Island

Caldey Island

South Pembrokeshire, Caldey Island, near Tenby, SA70

Caldey Island has a large sandy beach by the ferry jetty, and from there a gentle stroll takes you through woodland up to the village green. You can explore this peaceful island further taking in historic buildings, the lighthouse and even a chocolate factory, on winding, flower-banked paths. On a clear day there are there are stunning views out to Lundy Island and the Gower Peninsula. If time permits you can just relax on the glorious sands of Priory Beach. Dogs should be kept on a lead whilst walking around the island. 

Ferry Info
Well-behaved dogs are more than welcome on the ferry boat to Caldey. The crossing takes approx 20 minutes from Tenby. Boats run every 30 minutes from about 10am – 4pm between Easter and the end of October Monday to Friday, and Saturday during June, July, August. The island is closed on Sundays. Tickets can be bought from the relevant booth on Tenby harbour.

  Dog friendly Easter to October!

car parking   Pay & Display car parks in Tenby:- 
          Sainsbury’s Multi-story – SA70 7LT
          Five Arches – SA70 7HZ
          North Beach, Gas Lane – SA70 8AG
          The Salterns, Marsh Road – SA70 8EQ

Facilities on Caldey
 Toilets
 Bins
 Seating
 Refreshments

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