Build your own sand castle on Clam Harbour Beach, at the annual
Sandcastle-Sculpture Contest, held each August. Why stop at
castles? Participants entries are only limited by their imagination.
Come join the fun in the sun - play, build, and stay for a
Crest the hill at Lawrencetown and you really know that you've arrived
at the ocean, when you see this magnificent beach stretching out
into the distance. A popular place for surfers year-round, the scene
will take your breath away.
A visit to the longest, white sand beach in Nova Scotia will make
you think you're in the Caribbean -- except most of the time, the
beach is wonderfully devoid of anyone else. Enjoy the peace of a
2 mile beach walk where the only sounds you're likely to hear are
the wind, the waves and the haunting cry of seagulls.
Taylors Head Beach
One of Nova Scotia's Signature Parks, beautiful Taylor's Head is
a nature lover's paradise. Ten miles of headland, several secluded
beaches and enough hiking trails to keep you busy for days. Just
west of Sheet Harbour.
Chat, meet new friends, share your views, ask questions, find out what
others are saying about life on Highway #7. Here's
what people are talking about:
Hiking in old Acadian forests, sea kayaking, canoeing in the
hundreds of rivers and beachcombing on the coastal islands
are just a few of the pleasures awaiting visitors to Nova
Scotia's Eastern Shore.
the Atlantic Coast
Through 150 detailed b&w illustrations and the author's insight, this field
guide describes a beachcomber's bounty of sea sponges, jellyfish, worms, shells,
fish, mammals, birds, seaweed, flowering plants - and tells you where to find