Tenby Harbour and North Beach, Pembrokeshire, Wales (@ Chris Warren/Corbis)
- This beach is one of the 140 served by the RNLI, which is currently celebrating the anniversary of its 1824 formation.""‘Train one, save many\ is their enduring motto
- Water safety is taken so seriously in these parts they\ve got two lifeboat stations, the most recent one operating since 2008.""The original launch can still be seen here and in this amazing footage from 1956
- The harbour pictured is snugly positioned on the coastline of the Bristol channel.""Did you know locals call this place Dinbych-y-Pysgod, meaning little town of the fishes?
- An ancient castle, medieval town walls and miles of sandy beaches dominate this region.""Is it any wonder tourists flock to see stunning settings like this?