Eastern Shore of Virginia

Virginia's 70-mile portion of the DelMarVa peninsula helps form the Chesapeake Bay. Here you'll find a slice of authentic living, complete with the amenities sophisticated travelers are looking for: a golf resort, three wineries, gourmet dining and upscale inns. In quiet harbor towns, artisans paint and carve in their workshop galleries. Country stores hum with local trade. Folks still wave or nod in passing.

Discover the region's motto, "It's our nature," leading to priceless experiences: kayaking to a pristine barrier island, bird-watching along the Atlantic flyway, or watching a watermen pulling crab pots.

Virginia Tourism Map

Navigate the tip of the Eastern Shore
Kayak Winery Tour
Barrier Island-hopping
Historic Onancock Creek
Mockhorn Island Overnight
Paddling Pristine Tangier Island

Cape Charles: Town by the Bay
Chincoteague: Island Village
Eastville: Historic Courthouse
Onancock: Colonial Port
Timeless Tangier: Island in the Bay