This sandy oasis on Anglesey’s rocky northern shore is ideal for families and children, as it’s a safe place for rockpooling, crabbing and paddling. It’s also ideal for a romantic walk or for exploring the many hidden coves in the area. There are two beaches in the bay, Traeth Mawr (Big Beach) and Traeth Bach (Little Beach). To add to the picturesque setting, there’s a small pier and Samson’s Rock, which is steeped in village folklore. The little town of Cemaes overlooks both beaches.
A reference to the spiritual appeal of the beach.
The scene at Cemaes Bay.