The smaller of the two beaches in Cemaes provides a rich mix of sand, shells and rock-pools. It has a small slip-way for the launching and recovery of boats.
Traeth Bach (Little Beach) has a mix of sand, pebbles and rocks, making it perfect for children to explore. Build sandcastles, collect shells, explore the rich life of the rockpools or just clamber over the rocks. The beach all but disappears at high tide, but you can still discover Samson’s Rock, which is steeped in village folklore.
A small slipway at the far end of the beach allows people to launch and recover small craft. There are no dangerous currents, making this a safe beach to swim or kayak from, though there are plenty of rocks to avoid!
Dogs are permitted on the beach year round.
A small free car park at the far end of Traeth Bach.
Small public slipway at the far end of Traeth Bach.