Cemaes Bay Beach
Cemaes Bay is an inlet between the headlands of Wylfa Head and Llanbadrig Point facing north into the Irish Sea. The 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 village includes a sheltered natural harbour that looks north to the Irish Sea and is a site of an ancient settlement, and is the most northerly village in Wales. Cemaes Bay is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, some of which is owned by the National Trust.
Facilities include parking, slipway, promenade and the harbour with a selection of shops, cafe and tea rooms.
We have no current information on dog restrictions for Cemaes Bay Beach.
- Beach Water QualityWater samples are taken at regular intervals during the bathing season and at the end of the season the water quality is classified as:
- Excellent: the highest classification meaning the water is cleanest
- Good: generally good water quality
- Sufficient: meets minimum standards
- Poor: You are advised not to swim. The beach will stay open and an action plan should be in place to improve the water quality.
- 7 Day Weather Forecast
Our weather forecast for Cemaes in Isle of Anglesey is split into two widgets. The first shows a timeline containing temperature, wind, sunrise/sunset and chance of rain, whilst the second shows the forecast for the week ahead including severe weather alerts when available.
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