Towyn is a cheerful seaside resort in the County Borough of Conwy, North Wales. It is bordered by St George to the south, Rhyl to the east, Abergele to the west and the Irish Sea to the north. Nearby towns and villages include Rhuddlan, St Asaph, Colwyn Bay, Bodelwyddan, Dyserth and Prestatyn. Towyn is also close to the A55 expressway, which runs through North Wales.
The Tir Prince complex offers many exciting amusements for both residents and visitors, with a raceway and restaurant and funfair. Rides include the hair-raising Huss Flipper roller coaster, Z40 Zyclon roller coaster, the Apple rollercoaster, go-karts, dodgems, carousel, trampolines, slide and bungy.
Towyn has a notable church, St Mary's, designed by famous architect George Edmund Street. Consecrated in 1873, the building has an interesting patterned tiled roof and attractive Gothic Victorian glass windows. The modern North Coast church is also located in Towyn.
The Wales Coastal Path meanders its way through Towyn and offers visitors a peaceful alternative to exploring the Welsh coast and countryside.