As close to wild camping as you can get.
From the campsite there are numerous look out points along the coastal path where Dolphins, Whales and Baskin sharks can be observed.
The bird life included Peregrine, Buzzards, Kestrel and many types of Sea Birds. Just along our lane gives access to the 18 cent brickworks. Further along you can walk over the most northerly Celtic Hill Fort in Wales.
Cemaes is the location of the original UK Kayak races, which left from the Main Beach and followed the cliff faces to Middle Mouse Island.
Divers can launch from the main beach for free to dive on numerous wrecks around the Skerries.
The Village of Cemaes is about 600 yards over the main beach. There you will find three Pubs with excellent food and drink,
An award winning chip Shop, grocers and Post Office among other outlets.
Rates: £5 per night per person. Accompanying children with adults under the age of 12 stay free.
Groups are welcome.
Camping only permitted Easter weekend, Whit weekend, and all August.