Cemaes Bay

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Cemaes Bay is the most northerly village in Wales, famous for its sandy beaches, charming harbour, and rich history.

Food & Drink

In the village, there are a handful of pubs, cafes, and delicious fish and chips to be eaten on the harbour walls. A short drive away, you’ll find delicious donuts at Llynon Mill.

Things to Do

Cemaes Bay is the perfect village to explore the North Coast of Anglesey along the Coastal Footpath. A visit to Cemlyn Nature Reserve is a must. North Wales Wildlife Trust runs it and is home to abundant birdlife. Take a fishing trip abroad to Stingray to fish the deeper waters, where you’ll have a chance of bumping into a tope and bass. The sheltered harbour makes Cemaes Bay the perfect spot for kayaking and paddleboarding which you can hire through Cemaes Bay Kayak and SUP hire.

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