Tried visiting Clam Harbour Beach on a neighbour’s recommendation, bit farther than the Nova Scotia beaches we usually visit in our immediate area, but well worth the drive.
The beach had fine sand and no rocks, with a gentle slope and shallow water, warmer than the water at most other Atlantic-facing beaches in Nova Scotia. Very crowded (as expected on a summer Saturday) so we had to walk a bit of a way down the beach to get to a place with not too many people. Quite fun to watch the local surfing school.
Some time in the off-season it would be nice to return and hike the coastal trail.