Rhyl  - Prestatyn Guide  

Rhyl and its near neighbour Prestatyn are traditional seaside resorts with all the features that that entails. Wide sandy beaches, long promenades, loads of cafes, fish and chip shops and plenty of attractions. It is no surprise that people flock to these resorts in large numbers every year. 

For details of Rhyl Hotels and Holidays, Guest Houses, Cottages  and to visit Attractions.  Go to Rhyl Hotels  Guest Houses and Cottages

Combined the two resorts have over seven miles of sandy beaches, ideal for families and for swimming and sunbathing. And surprisingly given their location both resorts have very good sunshine records, with well above average sunshine hours. 


Your holiday in Rhyl and Prestatyn will appeal to the whole family, whether it be spending your days relaxing on our safe, clean beaches or sampling the top activities on offer. There are some great visitor attractions such as SeaQuarium which has sharks and The Sun Centre a tropical water park with waterslides and surf and no sharks! Also there is a large funfair and the Skytower that offers great views of the resort and coastline. 

                   Rhyl Beach North Wales              Rhyl Wales  


Places to visit in Rhyl - Attractions

Bodelwyddan Castle - 19th century castle set in 260 acre grounds -  Bodelwyddan, Rhyl, Denbighshire LL18 5YA Phone: 01745 584060 for full details visit: Bodelwyddan Castle

Rhyl Sky Tower - 240 feet tower with spectacular views along the coast. (closed for now) 

Geronimos Palace Fun Centre - Family fun centre Promenade Rhyl Denbighshire LL18 1HG Family Phone: 01745 344446 F: 01745 336502

Rhyl Sea Life Centre - East Parade, Rhyl, Denbighshire, LL18 3AF, Wales Telephone: 01745 344660

Prestatyn Nova Centre - Central Beach, Prestatyn Telephone; 01745 888021

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Other sections of the guide you might also enjoy - see below.


Cliff and coast walkingWhether your idea of an ideal activity is sunbathing or you prefer something more strenuous, the  chances are that you will be able to pursue this at the coast. There is a wide selection of activities that can be found on our coastline - these range from a gentle stroll to the next bay, to swimming and snorkelling, to more energetic activities such as sailing, surfing, windsurfing and kite sailing. See Activities section.


Attractions - see listings pages

national lobster hatchery padstowA huge selection of attractions are available within the coastal area and this section will have details of many of them. From piers and harbours to fun fairs and roller coasters, the listings will have details of what's available in your chosen area. For details of attractions look in the resort pages. 

 The National Lobster Hatchery - Padstow

Beach PubPubs, restaurants and shopping guide

The listings section will also have details of pubs, restaurants, nightclubs and shops available in the locality. Restaurants and shops coming soon.....

                                                                                                                                            The Beach Pub - Exmouth


We will bring you feature  articles  about the coastline and  news items about life in the coastal area. contributions to this section are welcome.

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