About Prestatyn Central Beach
Prestatyn Central Beach is located between the Ffrith and Barkby Beaches, only half a mile from the town centre. It is popular for watersports including surfing, sailing and windsurfing and has a large tidal range. Prestatyn is a wide, north-facing sandy beach interspersed with rock groynes. A 4-mile long promenade runs along the beach with ramped access from the car parks.
The promenade joining Prestatyn's three beaches and offers pleasant walking around the sandy bays.and and forms part of the North Wales Coast Path.
The beach also marks the beginning of the Offa's Dyke National Trail, which runs south to Chepstow, marking the boundary between Wales and England. The area is an ideal base for cycling, with two local cycle routes starting in Prestatyn, one of which takes in the picturesque Dyserth Waterfall.
Blue Flag beach. Parking with charge, toilets, cafes, play area, leisure centre and traditional seaside amusements. A wider range of shops, cafes, pubs and restaurants can be found in the town centre.
RNLI Lifeguard service Daily 4 July-6 September 2020 | Patrol times 10am-6pm
Dog restrictions May - end September.