You don't need to go to the Carribbean to discover sandy beaches. At the
end of the East Petpeswick Road, visitors will be amazed to find the longest
white sandy beach in Nova Scotia. Martinique Beach with its teeming wildlife
has been designated a wildbird sanctuary.
Depending on the season, visitors can expect to see not just the famous
Canada goose but a wide variety of birds clustered around the area on
route to the southern climes. On the shore at any time of the year there
aren't just birds; you may sometimes see seals playing in the waves.
An amazing number of sandpipers may lead the way along the shore to the
end of the beach from where you have agreat view.
the ambitious, it is almost a 2 hour walk to reach the end of Martinique
Beach! Beaches like this always invite swimmers and surfers in the summer,
but have you ever seen surfing in winter? We have!
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