Quiet Beaches

Northern Cape Breton's Top of the Island region is home to the string of beaches that make up the "Aspy Cresent".
We invite you to include a number of explorations of our beaches under your list of planned outdoor activities.

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Other Listings

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Oshan Whale Watch

Oshan Whale Watch

Watch whales, eagles, seals and seabirds at the Top of Cape Breton Island with the Fraser family. Locally owned and operated, Oshan Whale Watch offers guided tours with a coast guard trained crew. Our boat, the Oshan, is a 42-foot,…

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Tenerife Trail Hike

Tenerife Trail Hike

The trail starts directly across a fairly large parking area 4.2 km from the intersection of The Cabot Trail at Cape North and Bay St. Lawrence Rd. The first section of trail leads you into the valley to the left…

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Markland – Coastal Beach Cottages

Markland – Coastal Beach Cottages

The Markland welcomes you to the TOP of the ISLAND. We are beautifully situated on a peaceful 50-acre private ocean beach setting. We feature 23 chalets/log cabins which are well stocked and cleaned daily by our friendly and accomodating housekeeping staff.…

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The Bay Café

The Bay Café

Located on the beautiful Bay St. Lawrence, Bay Café is the place to be for delicious home-cooked meals and baked goods. Taste a slice of home made pie, or our delicious strawberry shortcake. We also carry a feature of the…

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Lowland Cove Loop - Meat Cove

Lowland Cove Loop – Meat Cove

Length:   16 km (10 mi) returnHiking Time:   5+hrType of Trail:   natural surface, compacted earthUses (no snow):   walking, biking, horseback riding, ATVsUses (snow):   cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, snowshoeingFacilities:   camping, tables, water, outhouses (at trailhead only)Dog Use:   off-leash permittedGov't Topo Map:   11N02 (Cape…

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