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A long sandy beach between Prestatyn Central Beach and Gronant Dunes with rocky breakwaters and a promenade.
A long beach of sand and shingle with a promenade seafront walk at this popular Victorian seaside resort.
A long sandy beach with rocky breakwaters and a promenade at the western end of Prestatyn.
A sheltered beach with a long Victorian pier and wide promenade.
A sandy beach, backed by a promenade, popular with holidaymakers and offering a quieter alternative to the bustle of Llandudno's other beaches.
A man-made reservoir situated at th western end of the town near the mouth of the Clwyd estuary.
Extensive sands just to the north of Conwy joining on to the Penmaenmawr beach to the south-west.
A golden sandy beach backed by a wide sweeping promenade.
A long sandy beach with a promenade which looks out onto the Menai Strait.
A quieter sandy beach, with beautiful views and lots of rocks to explore, located between Llandudno and Rhos-on-Sea.
A long, quiet, predominantly shingle beach.
Pensychnant House & Estate is managed as a nature reserve and conservation centre: 120 acres of heaths & woods, spring birds, rare moths, guided walks, talks and other events. Wildlife art exhibiton by Philip Snow, Betty Mills plus others.
A wide, north facing, sandy beach which is gently sloping and interspersed with groynes. It adjoins Barkby and Ffrith beaches in a 4 mile stretch of sand.
Opposite the top of the High Street, this is Rhyl's busiest beach where bathing is encouraged.
Stretching from the coastguard station and onto Old Golf Road, Rhyl East has its own craft zone for beach sport activities.
Splash Point is Rhyl's dog friendly beach where dogs can stretch their legs at anytime.
Situated at the west end of Rhyl from the Harbour to The Village, this is where the town’s harbour is located.
A wetland nature reserve on the banks of the Conwy estuary, and easily accessible from the A55 and railway station. A place to discover nature - not just birds!
Sandy Cove Beach, Kinmel Bay is a fine north facing sandy beach backed by a narrow promenade used by walkers and cyclists.