Hungry for a unique Nova Scotia dining experience that appeals to more than just your taste buds? Discover Nova Scotia’s incredible local food scene in every corner of the province from Taste of Nova Scotia member restaurants and Farmers’ Markets to participating in a one of a kind culinary experience that combines local award winning wines, spirits, craft beers and ciders with amazing local fare prepared by celebrated chefs… some taking place in incredible and unexpected locations.
Here are 11 Nova Scotia dining experiences that are sure to whet your appetite.
With 13,300 km of stunning seacoast, Nova Scotia truly is an ocean playground. Fill your days with ocean adventures like coastal hiking, surfing, kayaking or just relaxing at the beach. But don’t let your ocean fun end with the setting sun. Book a room, stay in a cottage or camp along the coast and let the sounds of the ocean lull you to sleep and the rising sun herald a new day for adventure.
Ranging from high-end resorts to humble yet stunning camping locations with million dollar views, here are just a few of the best places to wake up next to the ocean in Nova Scotia:
From the rolling mountain range in the Cape Breton Highlands and expansive fields of green in the Annapolis Valley to the many lighthouses that dot our coastline, Nova Scotia is a photographer's dr
Welcome to Nova Scotia’s seaside capital city of Halifax! We’ve compiled list of don’t miss things to see, do, eat, and drink that also includes tour options, pubs with live music, and some of the most popular spots that promise a true Halifax experience.
Hearthstone Inn - three locations in Nova Scotia - rebranded and renovated. Each one unique and charming serving the very best maritime hospitality.
Take a break from the everyday and visit a Parks Canada site in Mainland Nova Scotia this summer – entry is free in celebration of Canada’s 150th anniversary of Confederation
In the digital age, trip planning has been made easier through the help of websites, social media, and smartphone apps.
Believe it or not, March is an awesome time of year to enjoy central Nova Scotia! Here’s a “top-ten” list of family-fun things to do this month.
With an unexpected day off from school, the kids seemed more than happy to stay inside in front of their electronic device of choice for as long as I would allow. But I know from experience that leaving a child to watch TV or to play on their iPod for an extended period of time is a lot like a wind-up toy. When you stop turning the crank and let the toy go… watch out for the crazy to be unleashed!