This website is hosted by Cwmni Cemaes Cyf and is the official website of Cemaes
Bay. We hope it inspires you to come and discover the magic of our village and Anglesey
for yourselves. Cemaes Bay is the most northerly village in Wales and home to a
picturesque fishing harbour, wonderful sandy beaches and magnificent rugged headlands.
It is an area of outstanding natural beauty, a geological hotspot and a haven for
Whether you are looking to relax and embrace the stunning sunsets, scenery and culture
or want a more active adventure there's something for everyone to enjoy. For the
curious there is the site of St. Patrick's shipwreck, pre-cambrian rocks, a heritage
museum, a maritime museum and a wealth of churches and chapels. If surfing, fishing,
diving, sailing, rambling, painting, crabbing or sand castle making is your thing
then you won't be disappointed. Come to Cemaes Bay where our warm island welcome
Time & Tide Bell and Geomôn Launches - Saturday 19 April Please join us for a special day to celebrate the launch of: St. Patrick’’s Time & Tide Bell sculpted by Marcus Vergette, St. Patrick’s cave viewing point and other Geomôn installations at Llanbadrig and Geomôn’s geotrail at Penrhyn headland. Festivities commence at 11.00 am with the Cambrian Marching Band leading the procession from big beach west car park up to Llanbadrig and back down to congregate on Cemaes’ foreshore for the launch of the Time and Tide Bell at approx 12.30 pm. The procession will then go on to Penrhyn headland to walk the geological trail and return to the Village Hall at 3.00pm for speeches and refreshments.