Louisbourg lighthouse, Nova Scotia
Nova Scotia
Blue Rocks in Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia
Boats along Peggy's Cove, Nova Scotia
Cape Breton Highlands National Park, Nova Scotia
Cape Split in Scots Bay, Nova Scotia
Halifax sunset, Nova Scotia
Lunenburg Waterfront, Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia holidays - Beautiful, nautical and delightful

Anchors aweigh - this charming maritime province is home to gorgeous, long coastlines and splendid marine life. This nautical region offers a variety of water sports, whale watching excursions and delicious seafood to sink your teeth in to. If you're hoping for a quintessential seaside experience, Nova Scotia has all the charming hallmarks.

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The epitome of seaside fun

Think of rocky shorelines adorned with quaint lighthouses, succulent lobster dishes caught straight from the sea, vineyards and majestic whales splashing in the water, and you’ll have conjured an image of Nova Scotia. Utterly charming, this Canadian maritime province evokes a gorgeous nautical vibe, with plenty of splendid outdoor recreation that will put a smile on anyone’s faces.

Nova Scotia’s wildlife is a big draw. Adorable puffins and cheeky seals can regularly be seen basking in the sun along the coastline, whilst a boat trip along the spectacular Bay of Fundy will grace you with unforgettable views of humpback and finback whales.

Halifax - Nova Scotia’s capital - is lively and vibrant, yet quaint too, with gorgeous Victorian-era Public Gardens, and a sparkling waterfront that just begs to be explored. Dip into cool cafes and wander through picturesque boutiques, or even indulge in a bit of wine tasting. Lunenburg is a gorgeous town in Nova Scotia too, characterised by its brightly coloured houses nestled on the rolling hills of Fairhaven Peninsula.

Why visit Nova Scotia

  • The Bay of Fundy is home to some of the best whale watching in the world
  • Home to 160 historic lighthouses, there’s plenty of culture to delve into here
  • Nova Scotia is known for its fantastic water sports, especially kayaking along the craggy coastlines

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