A lovely gentle walk up the Wygyr river valley - with plenty of benches!
The Wygyr river runs through the center of Cemaes and thanks to a team of volunteers it provides a lovely walk through native trees and plants teeming with wildlife. The main section of the valley walk has broad level paths suitable for buggies and wheelchairs, accessible from the main beach car park. There are also steps down into the valley opposite the Harbour Hotel and next to the Banc Cafe and Heritage Centre on the High Street. Take advantage of the many benches to enjoy the site and sound of the river or to watch the birds.
The valley used to contain a narrow gauge railway to take bricks from the brickworks a little further up river to the quay in the harbour. The remnants of the track can be seen in the path on the Harbour Hotel side of the river.
If you follow the path up to the main road bridge and carry on underneath you will eventually reach the ruins of the old brickworks themselves, complete with the dramatic brick chimney. Please note that this section of the path is unmade and frequently muddy.