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Flintshire is the smallest of the traditional Welsh counties, with its principal town of Flint lying on the River Dee estuary. Holywell is the site of the Well of St. Winefride’s (the Holy Well), that has attracted pilgrims since the 7th century, and is referred to as the Lourdes of Wales.

Rounding the Point of Ayr, the seaward view changes from the Wirral to the open Irish Sea. The sandy beaches of Prestatyn and Rhyl mark out this stretch of coastline, popular with visitors from the industrial cities of the north-west. Prestatyn enjoys a benign micro-climate, between sea and hills. It has become a centre for walkers, and is at the northern end of the Offa’s Dyke National Trail. There are Roman remains in the town, and the site of a short-lived 12th century castle. Its recent history as a popular resort can be traced to the opening of the Chester and Holyhead railway in 1848.

Rhyl, to the west of Prestatyn, is a once-elegant small Victorian resort with sands and attractions. It suffered from reductions in visitor numbers in the late 20th century, but redevelopment work has improved its appearance in recent years.

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Overlooking the estuary of the River Dee, the centre of Holywell has changed little over the last few hundred years as its rich variety of fine late Georgian and Victorian period buildings will testify.
Prestatyn is famous for its sunny sands and coastline with rolling dunes, but is also considered as the northern gateway for walking in North Wales.
Rhyl is a lively, exciting seaside town with visitor attractions such as the SeaQuarium, the Suncentre an indoor tropical water park and from the Harbour offers charter trips for sea fishing.

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