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Rhos-on-Sea Tourist Information
Rhos-on-Sea is a charming village and seaside resort, it can be found along a very popular stretch of North Wales coastline between Llandudno and Colwyn Bay.

There are a few local shops in Rhos-on-Sea which can cater for your everyday needs as well as a couple of pubs serving food, you will also a few places that offer eat in and take away food in the village.

Rhos-on-Sea is centred around its bay, it stretches from Rhos’ Harbour wall round to Colwyn Bay. The West Promenade travels around the bay heading East from Rhos Point, it then joins with the promenade at Colwyn Bay, this makes for a long leisurely seafront walk whilst taking in lungfuls of salty air that wafts in off the Irish Sea.

No self-respecting coastal resort should be without a beach, here you will find Rhos-on-Sea Beach which is made up of sand and shingle. The beach itself is very popular with families and as it nears Colwyn Bay and when the tide recedes it exposes a delightful wide expanse of sand - perfect for family beach fun and games.

Nature lovers will be in their element as they head West around Rhos Point, where the area has an abundance of wildlife and a wide variety of seabirds. At low tide, the kids will be in their element clambering over rocks and exploring the various rock pools for crabs and other intriguing little crustaceans, they may also come across Starfish that have washed up by the tide.

Rhos Harbour is home to a number of boats which offer day trips and fishing trips for visitors, whilst the harbour jetty provides a great location for families with children to while away a few relaxing hours crabbing.

A real must visit place when in Rhos lies to the West of the Rhos Point, the quaint little St Trillo's Chapel. At a roomy size of just 10.8ft by 13.12ft, it's the smallest church in Wales and only has seating for only six worshippers. This historic peaceful chapel still holds a few services a week and allows visitors to write and leave a prayer.

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