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Rhyl Tourist Information
An iconic seaside resort

Rhyl is a coastal town which lies between Towyn to the West and Prestatyn to the East, it's a town which has always been a popular holiday destination for holidaymakers from the Midlands, Liverpool and Manchester.

Rhyl’s pedestrianised and wheelchair-friendly shopping area has enough shops to keep the most avid shopaholic busy for several hours, here you'll find a good mix of independent shops and national chain retailers. As with its shops, Rhyl combines national chain fast food outlets with local cafes, restaurants and pubs. It doesn't matter whether you fancy a curry, kebab, fish and chips, bacon butty, or burger, or a proper sit-down meal, you will find it in Rhyl!

No family-friendly seaside resort should be without a good sandy beach and Rhyl certainly delivers in style, here you will find miles and miles of flat sand divided into different beaches. Splash Point lies to the far East and it's a year-round dog-friendly beach, Rhyl East Beach is a popular spot for activities such as kite surfing, windsurfing and Kayaking. Rhyl's Central Beach which is opposite the main high street is the most popular with families, it is ideal for bathing and during the Summer months there are lifeguards on duty. West Beach can be found by the harbour entrance, although it forms part of Rhyl's Central Beach, this area is not really suited for swimming due to boats travelling in and out of the harbour.

Marine Lake lies to the West of the town near the harbour, this big, very big lake provides the perfect place to enjoy a range of water-based sports including sailing, canoeing, waterskiing and wakeboarding. The lake is also home to Britain’s oldest miniature railway, operating since 1911, Rhyl Miniature Railway takes passengers all all ages (including dogs) on a nostalgic steam train journey around Marine Lake.

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