View of Halifax's popular downtown entertainment district
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View of the Government Wharf towards Beinn Bhreagh
Home port of Bluenose II.
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.
The magic of a classic golf course in a seaside setting.
View from the top of Masstown Market's lighthouse.
This view of The Digby Waterfront is from the "Fundy Complex". The Fundy Restaurant has been serving fresh seafood to locals and tourists alike for over 60 years.
View from the Aqua Vista at King's Wharf towards the waterfront of Halifax: Ocean terminal, Pier 21, Boardwalk with Cable Wharf, Purdys Wharf and Casino Nova Scotia.
Watch the amazing power of the Bay of Fundy tides.
overlooking Inverary Resort with Lakeside Landing Restaurant and MacAuley Conference Centre
Yarmouth celebrates our connection with the sea along the revitalized waterfront for the benefit of visitors and generations to come.
A local landmark thanks to the tradition of quality foods, great selection, and friendly service.
Cape View Motel and Cottages is located a two minute walk from Mavillette Beach Provincial Park along the French Acadian Shore in Clare.
Looking for a great place to camp in Cape Breton?
A four season wilderness resort whose creators combine a love for the earth and a vision of a unique nature experience accessible to all people.
You are looking at the site of our new lodge, which was completed in July 2015. This view is from the far corner of the back lawn.
The Nova Centre is the largest integrated development project undertaken in Nova Scotia’s history. The new convention centre is just one element of the Nova Centre.
Experience the Bay of Fundy tides at Parrsboro Wharf
View of Nova Scotias well-known landmark, the famous Peggys Cove Lighthouse.
View of the cove from Tom’s Lobster Shack.