The Fundy Coast Drive out of Saint John heading east brings you to
the town of St. Martins, a charming little village on the Bay of Fundy coast.
Settled in 1783 it originally was the site of ship building and shipping. Today
it's become a sightseers delight. Some points of interest are, miles of
unspoiled beaches, fresh and salt water fishing, an active harbour with twin
covered bridges, the sea caves, Anvil Rock, and the salt marshes just to name a
Not just one but two
covered bridges can be found in St.Martins. Just around the corner from the
wharf one bridge takes you up to orange hill and down the scenic back roads. If
you enjoy a good hike be sure to check out some of the river trails beautiful
scenic falls are along the way.
For more info on the village of St. Martins check out the official site 2 http://www.stmartinscanada.com/