Top 10 Denbighshire Beaches
Here are The UK Beach Guides top 10 Denbighshire beaches. Our rating is based on two factors, the first is the amount each page is viewed and the second is any reviews submitted. These counts get reset at the start of each month.
1. Central Beach, PrestatynCentral beach is a north facing sandy beach interspersed with rock groynes. This beach is also popular for water sports including windsurfing and sailing. The four-mile promenade joins Cent...
For more details visit our Central Beach page
2. Barkby Beach, PrestatynBarkby beach is the most easterly of the 4 mile Prestatyn sandy beaches, and extends into the Gronant Dunes Local Nature Reserve. Popular windsurfing, sailing and jet skiing with permit spot....
For more details visit our Barkby Beach page
3. Rhyl Beach, RhylRhyl beach - we have no details yet. If you know this beach then please get in touch....
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4. Ffrith Beach, PrestatynFfrith beach is one of a few connected beaches along the Prestatyn coastline. The beaches have a single promenade running along the back of the beaches and this gives approximately 4 miles of hard ...
For more details visit our Ffrith Beach page
5. Splash Point Beach, RhylSplash Point beach is a section of the long stretch of sand at Rhyl. Popular fishing location....
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In addition to our top beaches, Denbighshire has 1 Blue Flag awarded beaches and many more seaside awards.
Interactive map of Denbighshire: explore and research the Denbighshire coastline - looking at beaches, things to do, places to stay, eat and visit.
Denbighshire is in North East Wales and offers busy market towns, fantastic resorts and beautiful countryside combined with centuries of history making it a great spot to enjoy a long holiday or weekend away.
The coast and beaches here are unspoilt and offer many different landscapes to enjoy a day sunbathing, walking, beach combing or just enjoying a family picnic.
There's far too much to do here and the variety of activities available will astound you. Castles, ruins, water parks and tea on a stream train, craft centres and gaols - it's endless! Ride on the canal boats or walk the town walls, lie on the clean beaches or take a donkey ride, meet the sealions, camp in luxury in a yurt, tramp through the gorges or chill in the bird gardens at Pen y Ffrith. It doesn't matter what you do first, as long as you make enough time to do it all!
Attractions to see in this area include: