St.Martins - A Shoreline Exploration
4 to 7 hours
The highest tides in the world have dramatically shaped the shoreline of the Bay of Fundy. The village of St. Martins offers tremendous opportunities to experience first hand the legacy of these tides. Sandy beaches rocky stands and caves carved out of sandstone cliffs add to a delightful stroll in these unique surroundings.
Quaco Museum: This museum illustrates the area's rich history in wooden shipbuilding. During the era of "Wooden Ships and Iron Men" as many as 126 ships would have been under construction here at one time.
Lighthouse - This is now used as an information bureau.
Covered Bridge - One of many found in the Maritimes have a drive through and make a wish or steal a kiss.
Tidal Range: The highest tides in the world make a shoreline stroll a unique visual experience.