Nova Scotia's South Shore

Peggy's Cove Lighthouse at sunset

Discover more about Nova Scotia's South Shore

Nova Scotia's South Shore's storied history of rum running, Oak Island treasure hunting, and schooner building has paved the way for award winning breweries, distilleries and wineries, Oak Island treasure hunting tours, and sailing excursions on the Bluenose II, the replica of the famed Bluenose Schooner that to this day adorns the Canadian dime.

Discover lighthouses, museums, and restaurants specializing in fresh, local ingredients. For the outdoor enthusiast - surfing, cycling, hiking, sea kayaking and more await you along Nova Scotia's South Shore.

Discover Nova Scotia's South Shore

South Shore See & Do

From alluring artisan shops & galleries and restaurants inspired by the catch of the day, to world-class festivals and beautiful quaint towns, make the South Shore of Nova Scotia your vacation destination.

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