Opening times for 30 November 2023
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The walks around Cemlyn are uneven and not suitable for all wheelchairs.
A5025 from Valley, follow sign to Cemlyn National Nature Reserve in Tregele (opposite Douglas Inn). On approach to Cemlyn NNR take second turning to the right then turn right again, after farm buildings, past Bryn Aber walled garden to the car park.
Parking: at Bryn Aber car park, Cemlyn. Please note that this car park is affected by the tides. Please check tide times prior to your visit.
Sat Nav: LL67 0DY
Closest station at Holyhead is 12 miles away (19km), see Traveline-Cymru.
Amlwch to Holyhead route stops at Tregele (45 minute walk), see Traveline-Cymru.
National Cycle Network Route 566 passes close by.
Cemlyn is a North Wales Wildlife Trust Nature Reserve. It has a beautiful coastline of rocks, small bays and headlands.
Discover a trail along the shingle ridge and watch a host of water birds on the lagoon at Cemlyn National Nature Reserve. This circular trail takes you across a causeway and along country lanes at Cemlyn Bay. It's perfect for walkers and wildlife spotters.
Enjoy this easy walk around the coastal headland at Cemlyn. The trail celebrates Anglesey’s rich wildlife and industrial heritage.
Follow this three-mile circular walk at Cemlyn on Anglesey, taking in sea views, rock formations, spiritual sites and wildlife. Lucky visitors may even see seals, and if you time it right, you can watch the sun set over the Irish Sea.
This Georgian house retains much of its original character and looks out over Llanlleiana Bay.
A cosy farmhouse, a few minutes’ walk from the wild, rugged coastal path and a pretty seaside town with a sandy beach
Ruggedly beautiful, the north coast of Anglesey has a unique coastline of rocks, small bays and headlands and is a delight for walkers. Cemlyn is recognised for its National Nature Reserve and is a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and home to the rare spotted rock rose. Renowned for its breeding colonies of Sandwich, common and Arctic terns, Cemlyn Bay is a hive of seabird activity in spring and summer. Headland paths offer dramatic land and seascapes during autumn and winter. The brackish lagoon is separated from the sea by a remarkable shingle ridge.