Cemaes is situated between Tregele and Llanbadrig on
the northern coast of Anglesey. Traeth Bach beach is the smaller of two
beaches in Cemaes Bay. It is located on the west side of the bay, over
the river from Traeth Mawr. It is a mostly sandy beach with several rock
pools, and is a popular place for kayaking and windsurfing. There are
fantastic views of the Penrhyn headland and of Cemaes Bay from the
beach. A slipway gives disabled visitors and those with infants access
onto the beach. Parking can be found near the beach, with some spaces
allocated to disabled visitors.
The beach is juat a few minutes walk from both the
harbour and the centre of the village of Cemaes with pubs and cafes
close to hand - and a chip shop that does a cracking fish and chips.
Please note that dogs are banned from Traeth Bach during the summer months, but this is not always enforced.
Review Traeth Bach Beach.