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Région de la Côte est

Accrochez-vous! À dix petits degrés, on surf encore sur le Côte Est ! En fait, avec des vagues aussi puissantes,  le surf se pratique à l’année longue à Lawrencetown et Martinique. Les plages sont de la musique aux oreilles des amateurs de longboard.

Après avoir jouer dans un atelier, allez jouer dans le sable qui s’étend sur les dunes  et les plages à perte de vue. Vous serez ensevelis sous des tonnes d’activités, c’est le cas de le dire ! Retrouvez votre créativité d’enfant au concours annuel de châteaux de sable Clam Harbour Beach Sand Castle Competition et attendez-vous à voir des bateaux de pirates, des dinosaures et des pieuvres mangeuses d’homme partout autour.

Aventures plein air

Dépliez votre chaise de plage sur le terrain du Stan Rogers Folk Festival. Au menu de ce festival, un éventail de musiques éclectiques allant du celtique, au country, au folk, en passant pas le blues, le rock et le bluesgrass. Tout ça dans le petit village de pêche de Canso. 

Certains moments de notre histoire sont fascinants. Au début du 20e siècle, durant la prohibition aux États-Unis, la contrebande d’alcool allait bon train et s’avérait bien lucrative. Dans la pénombre des nuits sans lune, on sortait les barils de rhum de leurs cachettes et on les faisait rouler sur la plage jusqu’aux bateaux qui les transportaient aux États-Unis.

«Whatever floats your boat», comme on dit chez nous.

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Stan Rogers Folk Festival

Shake the sand off your beach chair and unfold it at the Stan Rogers Folk Festival. Held in the small fishing village of Canso, this musical smorgasbord offers more than 100 concerns featuring an eclectic menu of Celtic, country, folk, blues, rock, and bluegrass music and attracts over 12,000 music fans each year.   

Historical Adventures

Explore the Eastern Shore

  • Sherbrooke Village, Sherbrooke
    Sherbrooke Village

    Take a trip back in time when you visit Nova Scotia’s largest museum, Sherbrooke Village. Learn about our heritage from costumed interpreters, including blacksmiths, potters, weavers, quilters, and printers and be sure to have your picture taken at Canada’s only Ambrotype glass photo studio!

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  • Guysborough Waterfront
    Guysborough Waterfront

    Plan a day of adventure in the picturesque seaside town of Guysborough. From kayaking on Chedabucto Bay or golfing 9 holes at Osprey Shores Golf Resort to lunch on the deck at the Rare Bird Pub with a craft brew or a sweet treat from Days Gone By Bakery with a locally roasted Full Steam coffee, you will experience the pristine beauty and friendly culture of the Eastern Shore here.

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  • Kayaking in Guysborough
    Kayaking in Guysborough

    Sea kayak and canoe rentals are available at Skipping Stone Cafe & Store, overlooking the Guysborough waterfront in the town of Guysborough. Hourly, half-day, daily and weekly sea kayak and canoe rentals are available.

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  • Taylor Head Provincial Park, Spry Bay
    Taylorhead Provincial Park

    Situated on a rugged wind-swept peninsula that juts 6 km into the Atlantic Ocean, Taylor Head’s hiking and walking trails provide visitors’ access to natural habitats, interesting geology, scenic look-offs, secluded sandy and cobblestone beaches and 16 km (10 mi) of unspoiled coastline. Bring a lunch to enjoy at one of the picnic spots in the park.

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  • Taylor Head Provincial Park, Spry Bay
    Taylorhead Provincial Park

    Situated on a rugged wind-swept peninsula that juts 6 km into the Atlantic Ocean, Taylor Head’s hiking and walking trails provide visitors' access to natural habitats, interesting geology, scenic look-offs, secluded sandy and cobblestone beaches and 16 km (10 mi) of unspoiled coastline. Bring a lunch to enjoy at one of the picnic spots in the park.

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  • Clam Harbour Beach Provincial Park, Clam Harbour
    Clam Harbour Beach Provincial Park

    Clam Harbour Beach Provincial Park is a long, wide, natural sand beach that is most well-known for the annual Clam Harbour Sandcastle Competition which has taken place every August for over 35 years. Rain or shine, you will see hundreds of contestants and thousands of spectators observing the amazing sand castle creations.

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  • Surfing at Lawrencetown Beach Provincial Park
    Surfing at Lawrencetown Beach Provincial Park

    Surfs up on the Eastern Shore! Lawrencetown Beach Provincial Park is a popular surfing spot with surfers from around the world coming to experience firsthand why Nova Scotia is called one of the top 3 cold water surfing destinations in the world.

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  • Surfing at Martinique Beach Provincial Park
    Surfing at Martinique Beach Provincial Park

    Visit Nova Scotia's longest sandy beach, where you can go from calm water lapping the shore to crashing surf that surfers dream of in a matter of hours. While there's no question that Martinique is a popular surfing destination, beachcombers, birdwatchers and beachgoers alike relish their time spent here.

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  • Explore the Salt Marsh Trail
    Salt Marsh Trail

    The Salt Marsh and Shearwater Flyer Trails section of the Trans Canada Trail is a multi-use linked trail system on a former railbed.  The trails are 7 km inland and 6.5 km on a causeway through the Cole Harbour salt marsh offering wonderful views, interpretive signage, and abundant wildlife. Bird watching, hiking, cycling, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing can all be enjoyed along the trail system.

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  • Explore Liscombe Lodge Resort
    Explore Liscombe Lodge Resort

    Imagine waking up to this view! At Liscombe Lodge Resort & Conference Centre, visitos can embark on a river tour on the Liscombe Harbour Cruise, explore the shoreline on a kayaking or canoeing adventure, or reconnect with nature on more than 16 km of beautiful Nova Scotia trails.

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  • Woodland trails at Liscombe Lodge Resort
    Woodland trails at Liscombe Lodge Resort

    While staying at the Liscombe Lodge Resort, be sure to venture out on the Liscomb River Trail System. Six trails will bring hikers of all experience levels through pristine wooded areas natural wonder of the Eastern Shore and, on the Liscomb River Trail, over a suspension bridge.

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  • Surf's up!
    Surf's up!

    Surf's up at Lawrencetown Beach! Come experience Nova Scotia, one of the top cold water surfing destinations in the world!

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  • Sherbrooke Village, Sherbrooke
  • Guysborough Waterfront
  • Kayaking in Guysborough
  • Taylor Head Provincial Park, Spry Bay
  • Taylor Head Provincial Park, Spry Bay
  • Clam Harbour Beach Provincial Park, Clam Harbour
  • Surfing at Lawrencetown Beach Provincial Park
  • Surfing at Martinique Beach Provincial Park
  • Explore the Salt Marsh Trail
  • Explore Liscombe Lodge Resort
  • Woodland trails at Liscombe Lodge Resort
  • Surf's up!


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Culinary Adventures

 

Marine Drive

Marine Drive Trail Drive along a shore of white sand beaches and windswept villages, then explore the rugged coast by sea kayak, with seals and porpoises as travelling companions.

 

Eastern Shore Communities

Lawrencetown Sherbrooke