Surfing, hiking, boating, beaches and some of North America’s highest-rated golf courses await outdoor enthusiasts with a taste for breath-taking scenery, salt air, unblemished forests and majestic highlands.
Relax and rejuvenate after a long day of exploring at one of our many historic inns and B&Bs, including the elegantly restored Ebb Tide Vacation Home perched on the edge of the Bay of Fundy.
Nova Scotia is the perfect place for a road trip. There is a new adventure around every corner and in every town. Although many prefer to throw away the map and give over to whatever comes next, some prefer a bit more guidance on their journey. We’ve selected some of our most popular routes to help make the most of your visit.
Foodies will delight in sourcing, preparing, and tasting local culinary delights with Chef Alain. Connect with the land by selecting fresh local ingredients from local merchants, and learn how to pick the best seafood and right cut of meat for your meal.
Experience the Bay of Fundy’s powerful tides in a unique and exciting way. As the tides rush up the Shubenacadie River, guides will take you on a thrilling adventure.
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Linda, a surfer in Nova Scotia shares why Nova Scotia beaches are so beautiful.
Planning Your Nova Scotia Beach Vacation: From white sand beaches, to smooth cobblestone beaches, to endless reaches of red sand along the Northumberland shore, each of our 125 salt and freshwater beaches has its own distinct character.