It has a shingle ridge at the rear offering protection to an impressive salt water lagoon. The lagoon is an important habitat for wintering birds.
Cemlyn Beach is adjacent to the Anglesey Coast Path and the Wales Coast Path.
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The tide at Cemlyn Beach is currently rising. High tide will be at approximately 11:27 AM, and the next low tide will be at approximately 5:52 PM.
Today's air pollution levels are forecast to be Low
Approximate sea surface temperature: 13.1°CDetailed weather and tides »
Tan Y Graig Hall
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Bwthyn Yr Afon
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All distances are approximate
around 6 miles east as the seagull flies, around 8 miles by road.
around 9 miles east as the seagull flies, around 12 miles by road.
around 11 miles east-southeast as the seagull flies, around 16 miles by road.
around 4 miles southwest as the seagull flies, around 7 miles by road.
around 10 miles south-southwest as the seagull flies, around 14 miles by road.
around 10 miles southwest as the seagull flies, around 17 miles by road.
Location type: Rural
OS Grid: SH335931
Local Authority: Isle of Anglesey
Nearest postcode: LL67 0DU
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