Prestatyn Ffrith Beach is a perfect example North Wales’ best sandy beaches. The beach is really long, making it nice for a lengthy stroll with a dog, especially as it is entirely dog friendly, meaning canines are welcome on the beach all year round.
The promenade joins the beach with Barkby Beach and Central Beach, both of which are also long and sandy. This promenade has been added into the National Cycle Network, offering up some fantastic coastal biking opportunities, replete with nice views.
The beach itself has been awarded the coveted Marine Conservation Society Recommendation, meaning that you can visit Ffrith safe in the knowledge that it will be perfectly clean and tidy. The water quality is excellent – great for a spot of swimming of paddling.
There are lots of different activities you can take part in here as well, including sailing, jet skiing and even wind surfing. Bring a picnic and enjoy a bite to eat while you look out over the sea.
And if you’re after a bit more family excitement, nearby is the Ffrith Beach Festival Gardens, where you can enjoy a bit of ten pin bowling and a hearty meal from the BBQ Grill.
Found on the coast of Denbighshire in Prestatyn, Ffrith Beach is one of Prestatyn's three sandy beaches. Ffrith Beach can be found by following Prestatyn's extensive promenade.
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The county of Denbighshire in North Wales is a beautiful one, filled with a wide variety of natural wonders, as well as plenty of man-made attractions to boot. Denbighshire sits right at the top of Wales, bordering the Irish Sea, and is so easterly as to come as close as twenty miles to the English border.
Llangollen, the lovely little town and community in Denbighshire in North Wales, is a great place to visit for a day or two, or as a base to explore the wider area. You will find it on the banks of the beautiful River Dee, seated at the foot of the Berwyn mountain range.
Take a holiday in the beautiful surroundings of Llangollen on the edge of the Berwyn Mountain and next to the River Dee. Enjoy everything the town has to offer including the Llangollen Steam Railway, Pontcysyllte Aqueduct, Vale Crucis with Snowdonia easily reached by car.
Take in the beauty of Snowdonia by staying in Dolwyddelan. Surrounded by the Welsh mountains this charming village is a great place to relax and enjoy the area. Easy access to the neighbouring towns of Betws-y-Coed and Blaenau Ffestiniog which offer a wide range of attractions and activities. Choose a cottage in Dolwyddelan.
All of these cottages accept pets so all the family can come on holiday together. North Wales is a great place for dogs with plenty of open space if needed. There's no extra charge either!