Are you hooked on water-sports? Well North East Wales is the perfect getaway for you. You can do a variety of water-sports within a stunning part of the world. 

Kitesurfing at Rhyl

Pro Kite

Join the rising trend of kite-surfing on the picturesque beach of Rhyl.

With Pro Kitesurfing, which is located right on the beachfront, you can book onto different length courses and either hone your existing skills or learn a completely new hobby. With Rhyl’ sea having perfect wind conditions for kitesurfing, you will be able to show off any tricks that you have and get some great shots of your time in North East Wales.

Paddle-Boarding in Llangollen

Water rescue dogs on stand up paddle boards, Llangollen canal. Event run by Standup Paddleboard UK . Routes To the Sea project Images by Craig Colville photographer Copyright held by Denbighshire County council

Paddle Boarding has grown in popularity over the last few years. As it allows you to coast along and escape the stresses of life.

In Llangollen, you can paddle-board along the renowned Llangollen Canal which is deemed as a World Heritage Site. The best thing is, you can bring along your dogs onto the canal! So they don’t miss out on the fun of coasting by the walkers and taking in the peaceful surroundings.

Even if you are more of an adventure seeker, you can paddle board within the white waters of the River Dee….so that you can get that adrenaline kick!

Horse-riding at Talacre Beach


We know, we know….this isn’t a water-sport. However it is unique and thrilling experience of trotting or galloping a horse across the sands at Talacre Beach.

With Bridlewood Riding Centre they have different experiences to cater for all levels and ages so everyone can have a great day out. With bridle-path walks for the more nervous and inexperienced riders to different length hacks that range from walking and trotting along the beach to cantering and galloping for the experienced riders.

Experience the strength of the River Dee

The River Dee attracts all manner of thrill seaking tourists Routes To the Sea project Images by Craig Colville photographer Copyright held by Denbighshire County council

Experience the strength of a Welsh River.

With Llangollen Outdoors you can kayak, gorge walk, paddle board, white water rafting and then tube your way through the stunning scenery that Denbighshire has to offer. For thrill seekers and adventurers this will make your time in North East Wales a memorable one!