Tourism in Denbighshire contributes £339m and 5300 jobs to our economy.

Denbighshire County Council is actively looking to expand this business sector and welcome local tourism businesses to the area.

Town centre growth and diversification

Denbighshire towns are being supported through the “Town Centres and High Streets of the Future Initiatives” which supports our towns in providing a high quality local business and social environment.

It aims to improve the sustainability and vitality of our town centres.

This includes the possibility of a Business Improvement District for Rhyl, Prestatyn and Rhuddlan. 

The Tourism Forum

Facilitated by the Denbighshire County Council, The Tourism Forum is on hand to help local tourism businesses thrive.

The Tourism Ambassadors Scheme – provides tools and training to help businesses promote their work, and the wider tourism on offer, in the area.

The Tourism Forum aims to strengthen the links between hospitality businesses and local suppliers of goods and services, amplify the local area to encourage new tourism and business and improve links with schools and colleges to encourage career opportunities within this sector.

It also provides tourism businesses with information about funding opportunitiesand identifies market opportunities to develop our tourism offer.

Denbighshire tourism growth plan

Denbighshire County Council has decided to focus on developing tourism in four key areas:

Activities and Attractions, Visitor Accommodation, Local Distinctiveness and Promoting the Area.