overlooking the Lobster Rock Wharf and the ferry terminal
Sightseeing > Tides
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.
Home of Atlantic Canada's largest motorcycle rally with well over 20,000 bikes expected.
Brier Island offers visitors the opportunity to explore one of the richest marine habitats and coastal environments in the world.
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.
Watch the amazing power of the Bay of Fundy tides.
Share our view of the marsh as the tides rise and fall, the variety of birds come to feed, and the grass grows lush and green then disappears with the winter ice.
Burntcoat Head Park is home of the World's Highest Record Tides. The water level at high tide can be as much as 16 metres (52 feet) higher than at low tide.