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Cemaes Bay, Anglesey
To the north of Anglesey, this sheltered spot provides views out across the Irish Sea but it can be vulnerable in northerly winds. Cemaes Bay is a small village on the northern tip of Anglesey.
Historically it was known for its boatbuilding heritage, but the village also housed a fishing fleet and the harbour was once a thriving port. Now it is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and it is partly owned by the National Trust.
Watch out for
Reef which extends from the western shore of Cemaes for half a cable.
A history lesson
In the town you’ll find a shop, the Harbour Hotel and two pubs
‘Summer Loving’ appeared in our August 2009 issue. Buy the full article here.