Situated between Ruthin and Ryl in the North of Wales, Denbigh is a medieval market town. At its centre are a cluster of medieval conservation buildings but its most famous attraction is the remains of Denbigh Castle built in the 13th century.
A favourite tourist destination in Wales, Llangollen is best known for its annual folk music festival held in the summer. With its lovely canal, scenic steam railway and romantic ruins, Llangollen is worth visiting at any time year whatever your age.
The end point of the Offa's Dyke Path, Prestatyn is ideally suited for walkers venturing out on long distance routes. Quieter than its raucous neighbour Rhyl, Prestatyn is the oldest seaside resort in North Wales.(3 votes)
As a tourist destination Rhuddlan is often delegated to the status of a mere suburb to the popular seaside resort of Rhyl. Although it is true that there are few tourist attractions here, Rhuddlan played an important role in the history of Wales for it was here the Statute of Rhuddlan was signed. The Parliament House now bears a plaque commemorating the day when the rule of the country passed to the hands of the English.
A popular tourist destination in North Wales, Rhyl offers all the typical attractions of seaside resort in Britain; long golden beaches, candy floss, arcades, amusement parks and an aquarium.(2 votes)
With the largest concentration of conservation buildings in North Wales, a lively pub scene and several attractions, Ruthin is full of charm and character " a town simply not to be missed for visitors touring the North Wales.(1 vote)
With the smallest cathedral in Britain and a population of less than 4,000, St Asaph has plenty to offer the visitor despite its size. Situated close to the coastal resorts of Rhyl and Prestatyn as well as Denbigh and Ruddhlan Castles, St Asaph is a good base for touring the north.(2 votes)
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