Cemaes Bay Beach, Cemaes

Cemaes, Isle of Anglesey, Wales, UK

Cemaes Bay is an inlet between the headlands of Wylfa Head and Llanbadrig Point

Cemaes Bay is split into two beaches either side of the harbour and river. Traeth Bach beach is the smaller of two beaches in Cemaes Bay, located on the west side of the bay, over the river from the larger sandier Traeth Mawr. Both beaches are sandy and offer a safe, sheltered and gently sloping beach with rock pools. Popular with both families and children.

Cemaes is the most northerly village in Wales and Cemaes Bay is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, some of which is owned by the National Trust. Cemaes village includes a sheltered natural harbour that looks north to the Irish Sea and is a site of an ancient settlement.


Parking, slipway, harbour with selection of shops, cafe and tea rooms.

We have no dog information for Cemaes Bay beach.

Like It? Hate It? Rate it?

If you have been to Cemaes Bay Beach then why not be the first to leave a review!

Add a Beach Review >

Tides & Weather

No tide times available for Cemaes

Photos nearby Cemaes Bay beach

Add Cemaes Bay Beach Review

Rate for beach, 1 star (bad) to 5 stars (great) for each of the categories.

Your review may take up to 6 hours to become active on the website.


Add this location to your Bucket



UK Beaches phone 01442 781091
UK Beaches email

©2016 UKBeaches.GUIDE.
All rights reserved


Get exclusive updates with all the latest UK beach and coast news and posts delivered directly to your inbox


Search format: max 150 characters of: A-Z, a-z, 0-9 - ' space