A pristine stretch of a two mile beach hugs the Gulf of St. Lawrence to the western side of Inverness. The broad expanse of beach welcomes visitors to swim, sunbathe, beach comb, enjoy moonlit walks, build sand creations and just relax with a bit of sand between ones toes. With a section of supervised beach, maintained by Red Cross guards, the main beach area has a canteen, showers, rest room facilities and a change room.
The newest addition to the beach facility is the expansive boardwalk that skirts the beach. This is a welcomed addition which is enjoyed by strollers, walkers and naturalists who revel in a seaside stroll any time of the day. While in the village, enjoy the sandy welcome of a restive cove to relax and soak in the Cape Breton sun.