Attractions

Church in French Shore

Église Ste-Marie

The town of Church Point, also commonly known as Pointe de l'Église, takes its name from Église Ste-Marie, which towers over the town. Built between 1903 and 1905, the church is said to be the tallest wooden church …
Cultural Center in French Shore

Rendez-Vous de la Baie

If there's one essential stop along this coast, this is it. Learn about Acadian history and culture at the museum; check out local art at the gallery; watch musical performances and more at the theater; and get tour…
State Park in French Shore

Smuggler's Cove Provincial Park

Named for its popularity with 19th-century pirates, this park is today frequented by picnickers. A hundred wooden stairs take you down to a rocky beach and a good cave for hiding treasure. There are picnic sites con…
Lighthouse in French Shore

Gilbert's Cove Lighthouse

Built in 1904, this gorgeous little lighthouse had only two light-keepers throughout its years of service. It was rescued in 1982 from vandalism and decay by the local historical society, who have turned it into a c…
Church in French Shore

Église St Bernard

St Bernard is known for its church, a huge granite structure built by locals who added one row of blocks each year between 1910 and 1942. It has incredible acoustics, showcased each summer in regular musical perform…
Beach in French Shore

Belliveau Beach

Belliveau Beach, near the southern end of Belliveau Cove, is made up of masses of sea-polished stones broken up by small clumps of incredibly hardy fir trees. Just behind the beach, a cemetery and monument recall th…