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The popular seaside resort of Rhyl is blessed with an impressive stretch of beach running all the way along its north west facing shoreline.

This is a family focussed beach with all the additional attractions you would expect, including deck chair hire, crazy golf, donkey rides, arcades, fairgrounds, a paddling pool, a tropical water park and an aquarium. Rhyl is certainly geared up to meet the needs of the fun loving tourist.
One note of caution though: the tide goes out a long way here, exposing a vast expanse of sand. Care should be taken to not get caught out by an incoming tide. There is of course a designated swimming zone which is watched over by lifeguards – look out for the red and yellow flags which indicate when the lifeguards are on duty.

On the promenade you will find public toilets and an extensive array of facilities; there is even a theatre right on the edge of the beach. For other supplies head into Rhyl where you will find an abundance of shops, cafes and pubs.

Between the 1st of May and 30th September the main sections of beaches at Rhyl are designated as dog exclusion areas. There is however, no dog restriction on the Splash Point beach which is located at the eastern end of the beach.

Approach / parking:

The promenade is well supplied with car parking spaces.

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