There is a good selection of cafés and local shops, with the village inn situated opposite, perfect after a busy day’s exploring. Cemaes Bay is a pretty fishing village with two beaches, ideal for sailing, surfing and windsurfing, and for keen walkers there is the absolutely beautiful Anglesey Coastal Path leading to the east towards Bull Bay, Amlwch and all the way around the island. This section of the Anglesey Coastal Path around Cemaes Bay really does take your breath away, and is a wonderful location for exploring the island and its host of attractions, including Beaumaris Castle, a sea zoo, sea salt museum and National Trust houses, as well as seal and puffin watching, fishing and golf. Beach 50 yards. Shops, pub and restaurant 50 yards.