Exploring the seafront
Good things need protecting. Rhyl has been a famous seaside resort since Victorian times. It still attracts many thousands of visitors every year to its magnificent beaches and vibrant attractions including the SC2 water park and SeaQuarium.
But climate change and ageing sea defences have made it vulnerable to flooding. Now an ambitious multi-million-pound coastal flood defence scheme is underway. It will improve sea views, make it easier to reach those golden sands and make Rhyl’s splendid promenade more dramatic than ever.
Better still, it will keep the town safe for future generations of fun-seeking families. It’s a big job and it does mean that some sections of the promenade will be closed for a while. But you can still reach the beaches – and the fantastic attractions and places to eat on the seafront are open and welcoming visitors.