Cemaes Bay has it all. Take a lovelly little harbour, two golden, sandy beaches, crab fishing off the ancient harbour, and a stunning coastal walk and be met with thrill of delight from splish splashing children.
Traeth Mawr (big beach) has a combination of warm sands and rugged rock pools and better yet, also has a fabulous cave for our little adventurers to explore. Fancy going on a bear hunt? But if you’d prefer a more secluded beach experience, head over to Traeth Bach (little beach). The beaches are separated by the natural stone harbour.
Follow the Anglesey coastal path around Camaes Bay and soak in some stunning scenery of this unspoilt coastline.
Both beaches lend themselves well to all manner of leisure activities including windsurfing, sailing, fishing, boat trips, or simply a stroll along the beaches and visit one of the oldest churches in Wales.
As well as being close to the local high street for those family emergencies, theres also a range of traditional cafes, a maritime museum, heritage centre, and craft activities on offer. BBQs are also permitted.
Additional information: *High streets nearby for those emergencies. *Dogs are restricted to a certain part of the beach during the summer months so be sure to check before you set up. Dogs must be kept on a lead at all times. No bears! *No dangerous currents. *Several car parks in the area.