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The Eastern Shore of Virginia is a small finger of land that extends down from the Eastern Shore of Maryland and divides the Chesapeake Bay from the Atlantic Ocean. This 70-mile peninsula is home to thousands of acres of parks lands and preserves, the longest string of wild barrier islands on the East Coast, miles of coastline and a herd of wild ponies. The charming towns that dot the region have a growing number of shops, restaurants, B&Bs and art galleries. You won’t find any malls or boardwalks here, just beautiful landscapes and quaint small towns.

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