The South Shore—known as the Lighthouse Route for all the lighthouses that still stand—is the end of the road. Experience its way of life and be amazed by the diversity, beauty and peace of its coastal landscape.
The South Shore's traditions are shaped by the sea. From Peggy's Cove and further south to Kejimkujik Seaside Adjunct, beaches offer countless outdoor adventures including sea kayaking, sailing, surfing and diving. Watch the seals sunning on flat ocean rocks. The Bluenose II is an example of Nova Scotia's seafaring traditions.
With miles of magnificent beaches, rugged coastline, pounding surf, quiet bays and protected inlets, Nova Scotia has something to offer any buyer. It's not unusual to find property so secluded that another building or person is nowhere to be seen. Expect fishing boats, wharves, weathered fish shacks, sailboats and all the characteristic features of coastal living.
For fabulous canoeing and camping, be sure to explore Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site. The Cabot Trail of Cape Breton is another jewel
And don't forget our fabulous farmers' markets in Lunenburg, Chester, Hubbards, Liverpool and Bridgewater
For centuries, the beauty of the South Shore has inspired artists, writers and musicians who come to various festivals. Numerous festivals and theatres bring to life colourful characters, stories and music that capture the spirit of this dynamic coastal region. Pair these artists with masterly chefs who prepare some of the province's finest culinary offers for a truly memorable South Shore experience.
And if you'd like to explore other beautiful Nova Scotia towns, there's more to see in its varied regions and landscapes. Lunenburg with its galleries, music, art and music schools has much to show you. Blue Rocks and Stonehurst will enchant you.
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