"They're out to enjoy themselves and that's it. People are appreciating Wales and we're glad to serve them."
Over on the beach, Sarah was visiting with her friend Sharon from Rhuddlan.
"I just came back from London yesterday and it was heaving," said Sarah.
"People weren't wearing masks. I think we're more protected in Wales because it's not as densely populated.
She said even if rules were to be relaxed in Wales, she would still wear one in places like supermarkets.
"I think it's a gradual process. It's difficult to imagine that one day you have to protect yourself and the next day it's total freedom.
"With the numbers still increasing you've just got to be wary, haven't you?"
Tracey Rush had come for a trip from her home in Wrexham, on the border with England.
"I actually work in a hospital and I'm very used to wearing a mask," she said.
"We went away a few weeks ago and a lot of English people were not wearing masks at all.
"It's a problem going forward I think, that we're going to have to have Welsh and English rules being so different."