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Lawrencetown Beach, East Lawrencetown

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Many surfers come to Lawrencetown Beach, a sweeping arc of golden sand, to take advantage of the fine Atlantic waves. During the winter, the beach attracts mostly dog walkers and the odd brave wave rider. In the warmer months, this spot remains an ideal destination for classic sun-and-sand activities. Using our international travel planner, East Lawrencetown attractions like Lawrencetown Beach can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • Lawrencetown Beach is a generally a busy place to take some time out at the beach, for visitors and locals alike. The beach is not the warmest water all the time, but it is right on the Atlantic Ocean...  more »
  • Grear spot for surfing. Very rocky beach not recommended for young kids who want to just play in the sand considering there is a near by Conrad beach full of sand. Very popular high traffic spot but g...  more »
  • This beach is my go to when I want to watch the waves. Usually some surfers here, this is the best wave beach around and maybe my favourite, although it's a tough choice.  more »