the Shediac NB Area, Canada
New Brunswick, Canada
the Shediac NB Area, Canada Reviews
Warmest waters north of the Carolinas, But much Nicer! Sep 21, 2013
Shediac is a small seaside town in the southeastern part of New Brunswick Canada. Generally people seem to want to go to the United States to find warm waters and beaches.However, this part of Canada has the warmest water down to Louisanna. The waters are warmed ibn the shallow Northumberland Strait, between New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island.
New Brunswick is part of the Atlantic Canada provinces and is a designated bilingual, delightful, linguistic mix of English and Acadian languages and cultures.. This intermix of English and French is cause for celebration as it gives the province unique appeal and ambiance.
The lobster is our shellfish reigns supreme in the warmest waters north of Carolinas. These warm waters and great beaches boost summer popularity among tourists.
All beaches are easily reached and enjoyed. North American history began in this area with the early Canadian settlements.
Full services exist for all ranges of accommodations with Parlee Beach a National park that boasts a helping of sand, sun and fun.
The people are friendly, the seafood is King and the ocean calls.
The summer climate is warm and inviting and nearby Moncton has ample nightlife to satisfy even the most energetic. But if you want to absorb the area, visit the multitude of surrounding fisherman's working wharfs and treat yourself to sights, never seen in the big city.
You will slip in and out of French and English like a professional. Beaches, golf, culture and scenery..it does not get any better.
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