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Made with Real Salt Water

Sourced from these beaches in Nova Scotia

A view of Crystal Crescent Beach in Nova Scotia, standing from the white-sand beach.

Crystal Crescent

With its three white-sand crescent beaches and turquoise (but cool) water, this provincial park is one of the best known in Halifax, and popular for swimming, sun bathing, or hiking the 10km trail along the coast.

A stunning drone shot of snowy Seaforth Beach in Nova Scotia


A great spot for experienced surfers that can handle the difficult surf conditions.

A view of Martinique Beach in Nova Scotia.


One of the most popular beaches to surf in Nova Scotia, this provincial park is the longest sandy beach in the province, stretching 5km. It's supervised during the summer months, and provides year-round surf conditions.

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