Singing Beach

Stretching in a graceful curve nearly three quarters of a mile is one of the most beautiful strands of beach in New England, if not the entire United States! Flanked by two protective promontories – Eagle Head to the North, and Pickwith Point to the south – Singing Beach is renowned for the unique texture of its fine white sand. When ocean bathing became popular in the late 19th century, visitors discovered our beach has another unique characteristic – the sands produce a magical musical sound when walked upon!

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