South Shore

South Shore

Visitors to the South Shore of Nova Scotia truly are entering a world of wonder, complete with the quaintest of villages and the busiest of urban centres.

The South Shore is a region where cultures come together, where history comes to life in architecture and in seasonal festivals, and where visitors and locals alike can have all of their material needs met, with our wealth of shops, services and restaurants.

Peggy’s cove

Peggy's cove

Peggys Cove is one of the busiest tourist attractions in Nova Scotia and is a prime attraction on the Lighthouse Trail scenic drive. The community’s famous lighthouse marks the eastern entrance of St. Margarets Bay and is officially known as the Peggys Point Lighthouse.

Gaff point

Gaff point

Unique, unspoiled promontory of 124 acres separates the LaHave estuary and Hartling Bay. It consists of marine, terrestrial and wetland ecosystems. Both sides of the point have steep cliffs; there are tidal pools where topography becomes gentler; and sand and gravel beaches along the shoreline.

Keji National Park

Keji National Park

Explore Kejimkujik where nature is at its finest. Take a freshly packed picnic on an excursion and listen for the call of the loon. Discover historic hiking trails, experience Mi’kmaw petroglyphs, and swim in the warm waters of Keji Lake. Rent a kayak or canoe and travel down the calm rivers that run throughout the park. This beautiful park is full of wildlife and adventure!

Keji Seaside

Keji Seaside

An authentic Atlantic experience awaits you at Kejimkujik Seaside. You can hike through a labyrinth of dense shrubs on your way to the coast. Gradually, the horizon opens up to an expansive view of the Atlantic shoreline with headlands, islands, and bays. Once you arrive at the observation deck, your eyes will be riveted by the pure white sweep of Saint Catherines River Beach.

Petite Riviere Vineyard

Petite Riviere Vineyard

Wine tours/ Wine tasting

Petite Riviere Vineyards is a destination winery in Nova Scotia’s South Shore wine country. It is the one of oldest wine growing region in North America with vineyards dating back to the 1630’s.

Indian Falls

Indian Falls

To commemorate the Municipality of the District of Lunenburg’s 125th anniversary in 2004, Indian Falls was designated as a Municipal Park. The park offers a picnic area, on-site privies, walking trails, rock beach and look off points.

Lunenburg County Winery

Lunenburg County Winery

The winery is located at Hackmatack Farm, a commercial highbush blueberry farm. Take a pleasant drive into the country to taste wine, to pick berries, picnic, or tour the winery and N.S. craft store.

For more information about the South Shore click on these links:

www.lunenburgregion.ca

www.explorenovascotia.com

www.novascotia.com

www.southshorenow.ca

www.novascotiabackyard.com