Home to some of the most scenic oceanfront views on the eastern seaboard, Nova Scotia's pristine coastline is known for spectacular waves and calm fishing communities.
HALIFAX, NOVA SCOTIA
Host to many tourist attractions and a boat full of activities, Halifax is one of the most active ports on the eastern seaboard.
A beautiful lighthouse is the focal point and attraction to Peggy's Cove. People come from all over to witness its beauty and view large waves crashing against the rocks.
HUBBARDS, NOVA SCOTIA
Small coastal community with sailing, beaches, and a weekend farmer's market along with plenty more small shops and attractions.
Chester, Nova Scotia
One of the most affluent holiday and resort destinations in Canada. The seaside communities host celebrities, yachting, and a vibrant film industry among other things.
MAHONE BAY, NOVA SCOTIA
The town is also known for a history of wooden boat building, boat museums, and three main churches.
Rocky shoreline with scenic views of calm waters, fishing boats, and sunsets.
Lunenburg, Nova Scotia
The large port town of Lunenburg is well known for its vibrant history which includes being host to the prominent Bluenose schooner.
World class sailing venues exist the adjacent St. Margaret's Bay and Chester basin. There are plenty of options for a good time, whether it be cursing from island to island…
The Aspotogan region is host to two spectacular white sand beaches. Queensland Beach and Bayswater Beach are close, calm sheltered havens that allow you to soak up the summer sun.
Nova Scotia is home to many fabulous golf courses. Local courses include: Chester Golf Club, Aspotogan Ridge Golf Course, The Links at Brunello and Bluenose Golf Club.
More Local Activities
The Hubbards-Aspotogan Region hosts: Hiking trails, Lighthouses, Islands, Golf, Cycling, Kayaking, Sailing, Dining, Shops, and Seaside art.
One of about 360 small islands in Mahone Bay. Best known for theories about buried treasure and artifacts, and the History Channel's series The Curse of Oak Island.
The Shore Club
The Shore Club, situated along the South Shore, has been offering dining, dancing and live entertainment for over 70 years. Best known for its “World Famous” lobster suppers!