Famous for its award-winning beach, Rhyl is a popular staycation spot for holidaymakers of all ages. Whether you’re here seeing exotic underwater creatures at the SeaQuarium or crabbing at Marine Lake, you won’t be short of things to see and do.
Lace up your walking boots and explore Offa’s Dyke Path. This national trail runs across the Prestatyn Hillside and continues for 177 miles along the Welsh/English border – just in case you find your rhythm! It’s also a great place to see King Edward I’s iron ring fortresses. Rhuddlan Castle, completed in 1282, is one of his most imposing and offers spectacular views over the River Clwyd.
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