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Martinique Beach Provincial Park

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Martinique Beach Provincial Park

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193 Martinique Beach Road, East Petpeswick, Nova Scotia B0J 2L0 Canada
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Marni M wrote a review Dec 2020
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This Beach is absolutely stunning in summer but walks in fall and winter are magical as well. At low tide the sand dunes are great for wading, or children playing. Tide goes out really far, at low tide sunsets are brilliant!
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Trevor wrote a review Aug 2020
Halifax, Canada35 contributions
Short drive from Halifax, there is a long, beautiful, white, sandy beach with lots of room. There is a surf rental shop en route as well as often set up at the beach itself. Expect it to be much cooler on the beach than even in the parking lot.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Peggie B wrote a review Aug 2020
Halifax, Canada381 contributions41 helpful votes
Beautiful beach! This is a nice long beach so lots of space to spread out for social distancing. This beach has a lovely large sandy area but the water is cold, as expected. I personally am just content to sit on the beach and watch all the people learning to surf. Great views, beautiful spot. Out house style washrooms and change rooms available. Parking seems to get filled up pretty fast, as is the issue with many of our local beaches.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Dennis Smalley wrote a review Sep 2019
Glasgow, United Kingdom2,421 contributions311 helpful votes
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This is Canada's longest eastern maritime beach. It is unspoilt beauty. Nature in the raw. There are two crescent beaches separated by a rocky peninsula. Good shoes needed if you intend to explore which is actually a must. On the other side of the beach inland is a marshy Wderness Wildlife sanctuary. It was lovely to see tiny Plovers scuttling back and forth across the sands Not accessible by any public transport. You need a car. Beach is signposted up by Musquidobt.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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John F wrote a review Aug 2019
Gol Gol, Australia46 contributions11 helpful votes
Miles long pristine beach, enjoy swimming, collecting shells and driftwood. A great surfing spot with lots of parking and washroom facilities . The area behind the beach is a wildlife sanctuary.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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