Cemlyn Bay Nature Reserve (Anglesey) Reviews
Newest Review: ... and green hills as a backdrop, it's pleasant just to sit and stare at nothing in particular. Cemlyn Bay is a secluded horseshoe shaped inlet set into the rocky Anglesey coast. The cool blue waters of the Irish Sea stretch out from the bay, uninterrupted for about 100 miles until the coast of Northern Ireland is reached. The beach is steep and consists not of sand, but of shingle. Upon leaving the car park, it looks like a gentle stroll to reach the other side of the bay, 600 yards distant. Do not be fooled. The shingle is loose and moves underfoot with a lovely rasping noise. Progress is slow, so that 'gentle stroll' turns into a delight... more
Customer Cemlyn Bay Nature Reserve (Anglesey) Reviews (1)
by - written on 17/11/09 (Very useful, 178 readings)
Hidden well off the beaten track, almost at the north westerly tip of Anglesey is the beautiful Cemlyn Bay and its associated nature reserve. Managed by the North Wales Wildlife Trust, the area has a wealth of conservation designations: Site of Special Scientific Interest, Special Protection Area, and a candidate Special Area of Conservation. Perhaps most importantly for visitors, it is described as the "Jewel in the Crown" of the Anglesey Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. With all these conservation 'accolades' the reader of this review will be expecting the site to be something special. I can confirm that it is, and more. The reserve ... Read the complete review
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