Prestatyn is one fo the best seaside towns around with a great selection of things to do all day. You can shop all day at Prestatyn with a selection of shops including a retail park. Spend the day on the beach or do some activity that all your family will love. And is close to Ty Mawr Holiday Park.
North Hoyle Offshore Wind Farm is just off shore has 30 turbines.
Knightly’s Fun Park - with a vast range of ride to suit all thrill seekers and your families. A comedy show case is also here with some great acts to keep you entertained. A bar and restaurant where you can enjoy delicious homemade meals that even the pickiest of eaters will love. Try the Dodgem Cars an old family favourite or try The Waltzer another old family favourite, plus lots more rides for all ages.
Rhyl Beach - in North Wales, has a long sandy beach that your kids will love running along, plus, there’s even sometimes donkey rides! A traditional day at the beach with bucket and spade for all the family and there’s even a lifeguard service during summer too.
Rhyl SeaQuarium - come and see sea life from around the world, see sea lions playing in the water. Journey through the under water tunnel and see sea creatures swimming around you. Fantastic Phobias - see if you can face your fears Rats, Spiders or worse.
Kinmel Bay - in North Wales, a great beach that’s perfect for your family, Bring your beach tent and stop all day building castles and whatever you can think off. Seals can sometimes be spotted bobbing up and down in the sea.
Llanddulas Beach - is a rock and pebble beach with an area of wet sand exposed at low tide. The beach has two car parks and there is a small picnic area. From the beach there are views over Colwyn Bay.
Prestatyn Market & Carboot
Prestatyn Market & Carboot - you can come along to the market and find a bargin. You never know what can be found.
The Roman Bath House
The Roman Bath House - situated in what is now Melyd Avenue, on the edge of the small North Wales resort town of Prestatyn, about 20 miles west of Chester. This bath-house was built in about AD 120, with further extensions around AD 150. . It had a cold plunge-bath at the far end which was fed by a local spring by means of a timber aqueduct.