overlooking the Lobster Rock Wharf Causeway
Regions > Yarmouth and Acadian Shores
overlooking Lobster Rock Wharf parking lot
overlooking Marginal Wharf
This is a live view from NOAA's geostationary satellite GOES-East
View of Historic Acadian Village of Nova Scotia, looking towards Pubnico harbour.
overlooking the Lobster Rock Wharf and the ferry terminal
overlooking the Lobster Rock Wharf
overlooking Marginal Wharf and the Yarmouth Ferry Termnal
Cape Saint Mary is the western most spot on the Nova Scotia mainland, providing visitors with expansive views over Saint Mary’s Bay and the Gulf of Maine. An operational lighthouse has existed at the Cape since 1868. Located in the active fishing and boatbuilding village of Cape Saint Mary/Cap Sainte-Marie, the lighthouse is a three minute drive from Mavillette Beach Provincial Park along the French Acadian Shore in Clare.
overlooking the inner Lobster Rock Wharf
overlooking the Old Goverment Wharf and the Yarmouth Ferry Termnal
The Yarmouth Skatepark is open to skateboarders, BMX bikers and in-line skaters.
A beautiful coastal village located in the Municipality of Clare, an Acadian region in Nova Scotia.
Université Sainte-Anne is the only French language university in Nova Scotia, also home to the Rendez-vous de la Baie Acadian cultural and interpretive centre.
Cape View Motel and Cottages is located a two minute walk from Mavillette Beach Provincial Park along the French Acadian Shore in Clare.
Yarmouth celebrates our connection with the sea along the revitalized waterfront for the benefit of visitors and generations to come.
Located at the tip of scenic Cape Forchu, this towering beacon sits atop picturesque volcanic rocks and has guided vessels safely into the Yarmouth Harbour since 1840.