How to get around the Cape Breton area without a car

Borrow a motorhome or campground vehicle from the local park and spend the day exploring Cape Brecco’s scenic landscape and local towns and villages.

Here are the top tips for getting around the region.

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Check out the CapeBreton Area Park website.

It has listings for camping, fishing, hiking and biking in Cape Breck, and the area is home to some of the province’s most famous and scenic attractions.

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Check local news for information about upcoming events and festivals.

For example, this week, the Cape Henlopen Festival, which is being held the day after Thanksgiving, will be held at the Cape St. Johns River Park.

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The Cape Brecke is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and many visitors to the area come to the park to see its pristine beaches and spectacular rock formations.

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Make sure you have your passport ready.

If you don’t have one, you can purchase one for around $25 in the local tourist office, which can be used at the park for your vehicle.

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You can also rent a car for a few days in Cape Town.

If your itinerary involves the Cape, the South African city is known for its quaint shopping, dining and entertainment district.

If not, head to Cape Town’s iconic Cape Town Market, which attracts many visitors from around the world.

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For more information about Cape Brecks top attractions, go to www.capebreccon.ca or call (011) 928-0707.

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If visiting in the summer, you may want to plan ahead and take advantage of the Cape’s famous beaches.

For a list of the best beaches in the Cape in the winter, see the CapeBrite page on CapeBrawl.ca. 8.

There are several sites in Cape Bismarck where you can take a tour, including the nearby Kootenay Bay Park, the historic Blackfoot National Park, and St. George’s National Historical Park.

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There is an excellent Cape Brecox National Park visitor centre, but if you’re planning on camping or fishing, you should know that there are some areas where it is too cold to camp or fish.

If that’s the case, head over to the Blackfish National Marine Sanctuary, a large bay located off the coast of Cape Brecester.

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If camping is important to you, the Fort MacKay River Park is a great choice.

It is a popular camping spot for families, and you can catch some of Cape’s best trout, mackerel and mussels at Fort Mackerel Island, which sits on the edge of CapeBrecester.

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If fishing is important, the nearby Cape Brecies River is also a good option.

It’s home to Cape Breces famous fishing village and is well worth a visit.

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There’s plenty of hiking and camping to do in CapeBreck, so if you need a boost, head out to the nearby Acadia National Park.

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You’ll find some beautiful beaches in Cape Haven, and if you are looking for something to do on the Cape Islands, there’s no better place to do it than Cape Town, the city with the most beautiful beaches on Earth.

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You may also want to check out the many historic buildings in Cape City, including a number of Victorian mansions.

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Cape Brecas northernmost point is the island of Cape Town (which sits about 60 kilometres west of Cape City), which is home mainly to Cape’s population of more than 7 million.

Cape Town also has a lot of great hiking and fishing.

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If hiking in Cape is important for you, there are many hiking trails and places to camp along the way.

For some ideas, check out this Cape Brectons top hiking destinations.

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For many people, Cape Breviches beaches are the perfect place to get away and relax.

Here is the list of Cape town’s best beaches, and to help you plan your next vacation, check this out for some Cape Breco beaches to explore.