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Visited this beach today because the weather was incredible. Really enjoyed it lovely walk along the beach it's all pebbles so don't bring your sand castle tools. Loads of wild life and a very calm bay great for swimming or would be ideal if you...More
Out with the RSPB Chester Group and saw three types of tern, protected by an electric fence, on an island in the lagoon. Arctic, common and sandwich terns with black-headed gulls (plus their chicks). All monitored by the North Wales Wildlife Trust.
The views were...More
Beautiful wild coast,lovely walks, saw many interesting things including seals.lovely tea rooms at Nanner Farm Close by they also have a shop which sell there own a preserves. Had a very enjoyable day up at Cemlyn.
My wife and I are interested in wildlife and make an annual pilgrimage to Cemlyn to see the tern colony in particular . This year we visited on 9th July , sadly only to find the lagoon completely devoid of any terns. In normal summers...More
We went Mid March & the picturesque drive up to the reserve was similar to West Coast of Scotland. We immediately saw a massive flock of Golden Plover rise from the small islet as we arrived (not us putting them up!) there were Med Gulls...More
Cemlyn bay is a North Wales Wildlife Trust Reserve, It is a great place for watching the Sandwich, Common and Arctic Terns nesting on the islands of the brackish lagoon. To see the Terns, it is best to park the western car-park next to the...More
I am not a twitcher, so for me when I have seen one turn I've seen them
But walk along the coast and rocky beach watching the seals playing in the sea wonderful. Take a picnic and binoculars and watch. It's amazing looking one...More
So sorry that I havn't answered, I can't recall an alert about it.
I have seen canoeists there but don't know it is it legal.
There is no cafe on site, but there is one on the lane down from the main road a bout a mile away.
Only Car parking and then liable to flooding at high tides. Beach is shingle/pebbles and hard to walk on. Purely a Nature reserve with no access to islands with breeding terns and gulls in season If you want a cafe, fish... More
Only Car parking and then liable to flooding at high tides. Beach is shingle/pebbles and hard to walk on. Purely a Nature reserve with no access to islands with breeding terns and gulls in season If you want a cafe, fish& chip shop, sandy beach etc then I suggest Cemaes just over 3 miles away. The roads to Cemlyn Bay are narrow with passing places.