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Kinmel Bay Tourist Information

Kinmel Bay can be found on the north coast of Wales between the popular seaside resort town's of Towyn and just across the River Clwyd, Rhyl.

Kinmel Bay has a few excellent family orientated pubs serving delicious food.

This well-loved seaside destination lies on the A548 Chester to Llanrwst road which can also be accessed off the main North Wales Expressway (A55) at junction 24. There are two train stations within a few miles of Kinmel Bay, the first and closest is in Rhyl (roughly one and a half miles away), the second train station is in Pensarn (three miles away).

Kinmel Bay is only a hop, skip and a jump away from the bustling coastal resort of Towyn, a destination that very popular with families due to its two funfairs and various amusements, there are also shops and plenty of places to grab a bite to eat.

Kinmel Bay is home to Sandy Cove Beach, it's a lovely long stretch of golden sand which is a very popular destination for various water sports, especially Kitesurfing and Kiteboarding, Sandy Cove is also well-suited for sun worshippers who fancy a bracing paddle in the Irish Sea.

Next to the beach is a narrow promenade, it's perfect for a leisurely beachside amble or bike ride. Just beyond the promenade is Kinmel Dunes Nature Reserve, here you will find several native maritime plants including sea holly, bird’s foot trefoil and common restharrow. As you wander around this small but attractive sand dune system you may be lucky enough to spot grey seals as they swim close to the shore or see bird species like the skylark, Kestrel and ringed plover flying overhead.

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Kinmel Bay tourist information

Kinmel Bay can be found on the north coast of Wales between the popular seaside resort town's of Towyn and just across the River Clwyd, Rhyl.

Kinmel Bay has a few excellent family orientated pubs serving delicious food.

This well-loved seaside destination lies on the A548 Chester to Llanrwst road which can also be accessed off the main North Wales Expressway (A55) at junction 24. There are two train stations within a few miles of Kinmel Bay, the first and closest is in Rhyl (roughly one and a half miles away), the second train station is in Pensarn (three miles away).

Kinmel Bay is only a hop, skip and a jump away from the bustling coastal resort of Towyn, a destination that very popular with families due to its two funfairs and various amusements, there are also shops and plenty of places to grab a bite to eat.

Kinmel Bay is home to Sandy Cove Beach, it's a lovely long stretch of golden sand which is a very popular destination for various water sports, especially Kitesurfing and Kiteboarding, Sandy Cove is also well-suited for sun worshippers who fancy a bracing paddle in the Irish Sea.

Next to the beach is a narrow promenade, it's perfect for a leisurely beachside amble or bike ride. Just beyond the promenade is Kinmel Dunes Nature Reserve, here you will find several native maritime plants including sea holly, bird’s foot trefoil and common restharrow. As you wander around this small but attractive sand dune system you may be lucky enough to spot grey seals as they swim close to the shore or see bird species like the skylark, Kestrel and ringed plover flying overhead.

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