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Rhyl

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Rhyl Tourist Information Centre
The Children's Village
West Parade
Rhyl
Denbighshire
LL18 1HZ
rhyl.tic@denbighshire.gov.uk
www.facebook.com/TICRhyl

Destination

Rhyl is going through an exciting period of regeneration to secure its future as a great place to live and visit on the beautiful North Wales coast between Prestatyn and Kinmel Bay.

What's on Offer

Amenities

The jewel in Rhyl's crown would have to be the almost three miles of golden sand stretching from the harbour in the west of the town right through to beyond the golf course in the east. So whether you've a family day on the beach in mind, a walk to blow away the cobwebs or a romantic stroll as the sun sets, our beach is one of the best around.

Places to Visit

Entering the town from the west (Foryd Bridge end) there's Marine Lake - home to our miniature railway with steam, diesel and electric engines http://www.rhylminiaturerailway.co.uk/ ; the Foryd Harbour with the stunning new state-of-the-art Pont y Ddraig (Dragon's Bridge) linking up 15 miles of safe cycle paths in North Wales; the Drift Park on the Promenade - five open air spaces offering a children's play area, an amphitheatre, a paddling pool with water jets, crazy golf all amid natural planting and modern sculptures; the Children's Village a bit further along with funfair rides for the little ones; the busy RNLI lifeboat station; an open air gym with a truly motivational view; the SeaQuariam http://www.seaquarium.co.uk/rhyl-index.php

Entertainment

Our newly refurbished state-of-the-art Vue cinema with its five 3D digital screens; the open air Events Arena offering everything from the focal point of the annual Air Show to concerts like Proms on the Prom; the Pavilion Theatre - with a wide range of live performances for all ages.

Shopping

A pedestrianised town centre with a wide range of shops and weekly markets on and around the High Street on Thursdays and Saturdays.

Eating Out

Naturally there's a healthy sprinkling of fish and chip shops offering the range of traditional seaside fare, but there's a lot more on offer. From authentic Italian and contemporary Asian to large chain fast food restaurants and a whole host of cafes and coffee shops in between.

Recreation & Sport

Come and support Rhyl FC at Belle Vue stadium on Grange Road http://www.rhylfc.co.uk ; fancy a round of golf at the 18-hole links course on the Coast Road http://www.rhylgolfclub.co.uk ; Rhyl Leisure Centre with a swimming pool, all weather pitch, fitness suites and a recently refurbished gym; the award winning Marsh Tracks on Marsh Road with closed circuit cycle tracks http://www.marshtracks.co.uk/ ; for peace and tranquility visit the Botanical Gardens on Grange Road with its manicured beds and lawns, cafe, bowling green and tennis courts it's something of a hidden gem! http://www.rhylbotanicalgardens.co.uk/ ; beachfront kite surfing http://www.prokitesurfing.co.uk/

Accommodation

There's hotels, guest houses, B&Bs, caravan parks and campsites to suit all pockets. Take a look at the Love Rhyl website to find your perfect holiday pad http://www.loverhyl.co.uk/

Getting There