In this section you'll find a growing collection of links to local resources and points of interest that may be useful when planning your Nova Scotia getaway. If you know of a site that you think we should include here please contact us.
The Town of Lunenburg, in Nova Scotia, Canada, was formally established in 1753 as the first British Colonial settlement in Nova Scotia outside of Halifax. Old Town Lunenburg has been designated by the Government of Canada as a place of National Historic Significance.
The Peggy's Cove Coastal Region encompassing the shores of the scenic St. Margaret's Bay, including the Aspotogan Peninsula, offers visitors a wide range of attractions and experiences to enhance their stay in Nova Scotia.
Sea kayaking or hiking tours, professionally guided, in the Dover Archipelago near Peggy's Cove, and on the Bay of Fundy along Cape Chignecto Park, Nova Scotia, Canada. Our specialty is intimate groups, with homemade lunches, including fresh hummous, local fruits and vegetables, home baked breads and desserts.
Torpedo Rays Scuba is Atlantic Canada’s largest recreational diving facility. As a PADI 5-Star IDC center and an IANTD Platinum facility we offer training from PADI open water “Learn To Dive” courses up to instructor level.
The Nova Scotia Adventure Tourism Association (NSATA) is made up of over 60 adventure operators from all corners of Nova Scotia. We provide a great variety of opportunities for outdoor activities, learning and fun for visitors.
The Train Shop Bike & Bean in Tantallon is a café and bike shop located in the historic French Village Train Station. Located between Halifax and Lunenburg, it's perfectly situated along the Rails-to-Trails paths running between Halifax and Hubbards.