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There are a multitude of things to do. Why not go dry slope skiing and tobogganing in Llandudno? In Colwyn Bay you can learn more about conservation efforts in the Welsh Mountain Zoo. In Rhyl let the kids run riot in the Palace Fun Centre, a giant indoor adventure playground, and in Prestatyn take a stroll along the starting point of the ancient, 182 mile long Offa's dyke National Trail. All this, and only a stone's throw away from the superb mountains, lakes and castles of Snowdonia.

Great Orme Copper Mines, Llandudno

Alice in Wonderland Centre, Llandudno

Welsh Mountain Zoo, Colwyn Bay

Harlequin Puppet Theatre, Colwyn Bay

Dinosaur World, Colwyn Bay

Palace Fun Centre, Rhyl

SeaQuarium, Rhyl

For those who enjoy the sea, take a trip into the bay or book for sea fishing at Rhyl's Harbour. The Lifeboat Station is open daily and has interesting displays and knowledgeable staff to give an insight into the work of the Royal National Lifeboat Institute.

There is tennis courts, windsurfing, sailing, cricket, swimming, squash, lake fishing at Bodelwyddan, sea fishing at Rhyl, gliding at nearby Rhuallt or cycle one of the many routes around the resort area. For walkers there are many coast and country trails and the start of the famous Offa's Dyke Path which runs from Prestatyn in the north to Chepstow in South Wales.