Tag: Mahone Bay

The South Shore's Top 10 Fall Experiences

Lobster Fondue at the Lobster Shack in Barrington

By mmacneil, on Mon, 19 Oct 2015 | 0 Comments

Stroll a pearly white beach, eat red hot lobster, sit by a crackling fire. Go on a take-your-breath-away hike, sip on a heady ale from our micro-breweries, Hell Bay or Boxing Rock, or wet your whistle on an Ironworks perfectly distilled spirit.  There’s something in the air here. You can taste it as surely as fresh salt spray on your lips.  Outdoor experiences & fine dining, lighthouses & wilderness, culture & history – come see us on the South Shore.

Picturesque Mahone Bay

Picturesque Mahone Bay on Nova Scotia's South Shore is home to artisan shops, locally inspired restaurants, and one of the most photographed spots in the province - Mahone Bay's Three Churches.

View of Mahone Bay's Three Churches

One of the most photographed views of Mahone Bay is of the Three Churches that overlook Mahone Bay on the main street. Depending on the time of year, you may see three, four, or five church steeples in your photo.

Pumpkin Path jack-o-lanterns at the Mahone Bay Great Scarecrow Festival

Be sure to take a stroll along the Pumpkin Path during the Great Scarecrow Festival & Antique Fair in Mahone Bay.

Annual Great Scarecrow Festival in Mahone Bay

Be sure to visit Mahone Bay the first weekend in October each year for the Annual Great Scarecrow Festival & Antique Fair.  Scarecrows of Hollywood actors and actresses, famous musicians, politicans and even British royalty are a sight to behold.

Sunrise over Mahone Bay

Sunrise over Mahone Bay.

Photos of Mahone Bay

Visit Mahone Bay near the end of November and into the first of December during the annual Mahone Bay Father Christmas Festival to take in the festivities and to view the creative Father Christmases that appear throughout the town.

Halloween Fun in Nova Scotia

By , on Fri, 25 Oct 2013 | 0 Comments


Halloween is just around the corner and whether you prefer tricks or treats, there's something to delight ghouls and goblins of all ages. From family friendly pumpkin parades to the scariest of haunted houses, here's a few Halloween treats to check out.