Tenby is located in the South-Western part of Wales, the southern part of Pembrokeshire, on the shore of Carmarthen Bay, 130 kilometers North-West from Cardiff and 30 miles South-East of the administrative center of the County, the town Centre. The seaside resort. The population of Tenby is 4 934 (2001).
Settlement on the site of the current Tenby known from the XI century.Wales (in the old Russian gear — Wallis; has a number of traditional names in other languages of Europe country, one of the four main administrative and political parts of the United Kingdom of great Britain and Northern Ireland, in the past a conglomerate of independent Celtic kingdoms. Wales is located on the South-West of great Britain, bordered to the East by the English counties of Cheshire, Shropshire, Herefordshire and Gloucestershire, with three sides surrounded by the sea on the South is the Bristol channel (Severn estuary), South-West — towards St George’s channel, on the North and West — the Irish sea, in the North-East — the mouth of the river Dee