Some popular destinations in Nova Scotia include...
With over 400 km of dramatic coastline, white sand beaches, and one of the world's
largest natural harbours, it's no wonder life in Halifax
revolves around the sea. As Canada's historic gateway to North America, Halifax
oozes with culture and history. Buildings date back to 1749. Moments from the
heart of this bustling city you move from a busy harbourfront to tranquil fishing
villages, lighthouses and beaches of white sand and cobblestone.
Located along the Lighthouse Route region of Nova Scotia, Peggy's Cove has something
for everyone - beautiful scenery, history, nature, and plenty of photo opportunities.
Peggy's Cove is the number 1 destination point
in Atlantic Canada. The quaint fishing village is known for its massive weathered
granite rocks, its beautiful ocean waters, and, of course, the famous Peggy's
Lunenburg, a UNESCO World Heritage Site is home
to the famous Bluenose II and the Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic. Dozens of
historic buildings and private homes built in the old town of Lunenburg date
back to the 1760's and have been meticulously maintained over the years.
Cape Breton Island
Visit the historic villages, world-class golf courses, and Celtic music festivals
in the island's stunning setting. Take a drive along the Cabot Trail, which
winds around the rocky splendour of Cape Breton's northern shore, ascending
to the incredible plateaus of Cape Breton
Highlands National Park.
The Bras d'Or Lakes Scenic Drive circles the
lake along shoreline roads that offer an ever-changing
panorama of woodlands, farms and villages, and
are ideal for walking, biking and birdwatching.
Join in the old-time dances as bagpipers and fiddlers
celebrate Gaelic culture amidst the quiet beauty
of the Ceilidh Trail.