The small seaside resort of Cemaes Bay, (sometimes known as Cemaes), clusters around its harbour on the north coast of Anglesey, North Wales. Cemaes is one of the most northern villages in Wales and was once the chief port for the north of Anglesey. Today the village has a well-earned reputation as a popular holiday resort and fishing harbour. The Anglesey Coastal Path winds its way through the village on its way from Llanbadrig Point to Wylfa Head.
I have to admit it is only recently that I have discovered the charms of Cemaes Bay. I had previously steered clear of Cemaes because of its association with the Wylfa Power Station that sits on the headland behind the town. But what a mistake on my part! It must be one of the most beautiful estuaries and most pleasant settings for a seaside holiday in North Wales.
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