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Belliveau Cove, Nova Scotia

Belliveau Cove is home to the Clare Visitor Information Centre, and marks the boundary of the largest Acadian region in Nova Scotia. The village experiences the majestic Bay of Fundy tides that have an amazing 28 foot range.

When the tide is out, Belliveau Cove is a popular clamming area. Visit the Joseph and Marie Dugas Municipal Park, named after the first Acadian couple to arrive in the area in 1768, with its wharf, lighthouse and nature trail bordering the shoreline.

•Acadian Cemetery: At Major’s Point, visit the first Acadian cemetery dating from 1755 and The Little Chapel or "La petite chapelle".

•Joseph and Marie Dugas Municipal Park: The ocean side park offers a 5 km nature trail along shoreline and freshwater wetlands complete with benches, boardwalk and interpretive panels. Site of Festival Joseph et Marie Dugas.

•Saint Bernard Church: The most majestic church in Yarmouth & Acadian Shores; it seats 1010 people and took builders 32 years to construct! Tours onsite.

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