Lying below the hamlet of Caim on the north-eastern tip of Anglesey is a rocky beach known locally as 'The Nant'. From the west side of Caim, a well-maintained path descends slowly through woodland, closely following a small stream. At its end is a drop of about 15 feet to the shore, with several large limestone blocks immediately beneath. This last section is a little tricky, but a way down can usually be found if you look - and proceed - carefully. The shore consists of Carboniferous limestone rocks, some large quarried blocks and wave-cut platforms. It's a good beach for fossil hunting - corals and brachiapods being common finds.