For the best things to do in Nova Scotia? After extensively touring your complete province from North to South, we have had many grand adventures.
Lunenburg is a Canadian port town in Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. Situated on the province’s South Shore, Lunenburg is located on the Fairhaven Peninsula at the western side of Mahone Bay. This town is used as the setting for the fictional town Haven in the TV show of the same name. It’s a pretty place. I wouldn’t mind spending a long vacation there even if it’s cold.
Set sail to Nova Scotia and uncover the unexpected – from epic whale watching to rolling vineyards. Nova Scotia’s vast seacoast has hundreds of beaches, hiking and cycling trails to explore. Enjoy the maritime culture and discover rich seafaring history. And when it’s time to relax, dine on the freshest seafood and enjoy all award winning Nova Scotia wines.
Best things to do in Nova Scotia
A Nova Scotia road trip is the perfect introduction into the Maritime region of Canada. Nova Scotia, which means “New Scotland” has a significant Scottish influence while also being known as Canada’s ocean playground.
If you’ve been to Nova Scotia you’ve no doubt stomped and sang along to Barrett’s Privateers by Stan Rogers. They bring the music to you! Sing along, wash your hands and stomp your feet.Here is brought to you by that feeling you get as you walk towards the most stunning view on the Skyline Trail… Take a deep breath and smell that ocean air.
We’re all virtual travellers at this time. View more with the video below and discovering the beautiful little fishing village of Blue Rocks, near Lunenburg. Looking so calm and peaceful at sunset.
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We have been out to the East Coast of Canada and visited Halifax Nova Scotia. We drive through Quebec and New Brunswick and then our first day in Nova Scotia we go to Lunenburg to see the Bluenose II and all the tall ships in to celebrate Canada’s 150th Birthday!
We visit Peggy’s Cove Nova Scotia and see the amazing Lighthouse and the ocean! It is the first time seeing the ocean and we loved it! Then we try lobster for the first time fresh from Peggy’s Cove.
We visit the Bay of Fundy and see the amazing Hopewell Rocks and the ocean floor! On our way through New Brunswick we also stop to see the world’s largest axe and the longest covered bridge in the world.
Looking for delicious ways to inspire your next visit to Nova Scotia? Check out this Nova Scotia inspired recipe from our friends at Taste of Nova Scotia.From lobster and scallops to maple and blueberries, what’s on your must-eat list in Nova Scotia?
The abundance of fresh seafood allows they to create some pretty amazing seafood chowders… but don’t just take any word for it. Let’s to discovering Nova Scotia and let us know where to find the best seafood in Nova Scotia!
Though the provincial beaches and parks are closed right now because of coronavirus and the goverment are encouraging people to practice social distancing, we are still reminded of the beauty all around in Nova Scotia. Sometimes all we need to do is take a short drive. And you, what’s your favourite place to take a drive in Nova Scotia?
Drove to and discovering best things to do in Nova Scotia and loved everything about the city. The people, the history, hotels,the Harbourwalk, the museums, and especially the seafood. And it was totally dog-friendly! Loved it so much we’ll be going back next summer!