View of the Government Wharf towards Beinn Bhreagh
Sightseeing > Lighthouses
A beautiful coastal village located in the Municipality of Clare, an Acadian region in Nova Scotia.
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.
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.
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.
View from Lockport Crescent Beach Centre
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.
Experience the Bay of Fundy tides at Parrsboro Wharf
View of Nova Scotias well-known landmark, the famous Peggys Cove Lighthouse.
View from the Westin Nova Scotian Hotel to Georges Island, Port Authority, Seaport Farmers Market, Pier 21-22 and McNabs Island.
This lighthouse marks the entrance to Digby Gut. It is the fourth in a succession of lights built on this location that date back to 1804.
The Sandy Point Lighthouse is located close to the mouth of Shelburne Harbour.
View of Shelburne Waterfront
The last original lighthouse in Hants County. It was built in 1873 by Timothy Parker. The lighthouse is open from May 15th - October 15th from 8am to 8 pm.