A good place for leisurely paddle with no tidal consequences if you stay within the bay and a good starting point for many other places on the north coast with the proper tidal planning.

The best put-in is the small free car park on the east side of the bay; it has easy access to the beach. There are several little beaches around the bay, one with the remains of an old life boat station and a small harbour within the bay.

How to get there:

Take the coast road north of the island and follow the signs.

Facilities:

Toilets, pubs, cafes and some shops.

Hazards:

Boats entering and leaving the harbour

Ins and Outs:

The small free car park on the east side of the bay.

Notes:

Overview:

Small village with harbour and sheltered bay.

Location:

Cemaes Bay

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