Virginia’s Eastern Shore

Next, we are traveling east over the Chesapeake Bay to Chincoteague Island where Paul and Maria spent a few days swimming, biking and pony watching.

After doing a bit of research on this quaint town located on Virginia’s eastern shore, I found the historical aspect of the region was a draw for most tourists, along with riding or walking the trails that lead from Chincoteague to Assateague Island.

Here is a list of must see items while in this area.

  1. Wild Ponies
    Here ponies run wild along the shores or swim across the channel when the tide is calm.
  2. Assateague Lighthouse
    Built in 1833 and located on the Virginia portion of Assateague Island. Lights can be seen 19 miles out to sea, and this structure is placed on the National Register of Historic places.
  3. Sunset Cruises
    Sit back and enjoy unbelievable views of Assateague’s wild ponies, dolphins and other wildlife while on these boat cruises. The sunset nature cruises offers a spectacular way to experience the beauty of this area.

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6 thoughts on “Virginia’s Eastern Shore

    1. Paul is always on that bike when at the beach…. chillin”! I am getting ready to post photos from Sean and Tony’s adventures out west so, stay tuned!!!!

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  1. Kathleen, I have seen some of the most beautiful destinations on the Eastern Shore on your blog. When I return this and others are on my bucket list.
    Enjoy the rest of your summer.
    Karen

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    1. Dearest Karen, I am so pleased you have been able to create a list of “eastern shore” destinations to visit upon your return to US! And, and stay tuned to Stylish Heath for additional sites from around the world!!!

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  2. Something about the shore line to me is always peaceful. These are really nice photos. The guy on the bike cracks me up. Taking it easy, like one should. Nice post.

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