VIRGINIA'S EASTERN SHORE
The Eastern Shore of Virginia is the southern end of the DELMARVA peninsula that is defined by the “dual coasts” of the Chesapeake Bay and the Atlantic Ocean. This makes for a great deal of waterfront property and access to beaches and boat ramps for amazing fishing, some of the best in the Mid-Atlantic. We are famous for farming, aquaculture, tourism and something of a Deep South mentality and rural lifestyle. The main “highway” Rte 13, two lanes north and two lanes south, runs about 70 miles from the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel to the Maryland border alongside cultivated rich, sandy loam and connects the many incorporated small towns, hamlets and villages of the shore, where you can find yourself lost not to mention some good restaurants, shops and lovely B&Bs.
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