The seaside town of Rhyl is situated in the county of Denbighshire, North Wales. It sits on the eastern side of the river Clwyd, between the towns of Abergele and Prestatyn. The A55 expressway passes close to the town, giving easy access to the Snowdonia National Park, the Isle of Anglesey to the west, and the historic city of Chester to the east.
The Sun Centre is a huge success with all the family. Children will love the Lagoon Pool, with its tropical weather including thunder and lightning, the Monorail with a bird's eye view of all the pools, the legendary Dragon Slide, and the almighty Surf Pool, the first indoor surfing pool in Britain. There are also plenty of smaller slides, such as the Elephant and the Octopus.
Visitors can find SeaQuarium located on the East Parade section of the promenade. The sea life centre is home to sharks found off the very shores of Rhyl, sting rays, lobsters, sturgeons and eels. Enter the Lethal Reef, full of the most poisonous animals in the world, at your own peril.
The beautiful beach stretches for six miles between Rhyl and Prestatyn and is the ideal place to spend a warm day with the family, with golden sands perfect for sandcastle making.