Explore some of the fascinating places in and around Cemaes, including Eglwys Llanbadrig (St. Patrick's Church), the oldest surviving church in Wales, and of course our wonderful beaches.
The most northerly village in Wales.
Cemaes Community Woodland is a 5 acre area of native trees, wildflowers and bulbs with a pond and benches.
Cemaes Harbour provides safe moorings for a variety of commercial and leisure craft.
The Cemaes Time and Tide Bell on Traeth Mawr, Cemaes, is a public artwork, part of a project to celebrate the importance of the sea to the history and present of the United Kingdom.
The oldest church in Wales, dating from 440AD.
Gentle walk along a river surrounded by woodland teeming with wildlife.
The smaller of the two Cemaes beaches
The larger of the two beaches in Cemaes
A natural lagoon separated from the sea with a shingle ridge.
Explore the colourful landscape of an ancient copper mine.
A collection of pictures, photographs and memorabilia charting the development of shipping through the ages and the associated tragedies.
Cemaes Heritage Centre used to be a bank, but is now home to an exhibition about the village's heritage, a training and meeting room, and the Banc Cafe.
A modern purpose-built fishing vessel ideal for sea fishing off the north coast of Anglesey.
The Copper Kingdom Centre is located on the quayside in the picturesque fishing harbour of Amlwch port. This awarding winning centre tells the tales of the transformation of the district.
Visit the only working windmill in Wales, and then tour the reconstructed Iron Age settlement roundhouses.