Denbighshire Beaches and Coast

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!

Nearest Beaches in Denbighshire

  • Barkby Beach

    Barkby 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.

  • Central Beach

    Central 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 Central beach with the adjacent Barkby and Ffrith beaches, making a very enjoyable walk around the sandy bays. The promenade is also read more

  • Ffrith Beach

    Ffrith 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 surface and is popular with walkers and cyclists.

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