Peggys Cove

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Nova Scotia Holidays

Stunning coastal scenes

This charming province sits right on the Eastern Seaboard of Canada. A stunning coastal region of incredible beauty; enjoy amazing wildlife, majestic seascapes, beautiful bays, mirror-still coves and breathtaking beaches. Explore the craggy Atlantic shoreline and mist-cover islands of Nova Scotia, Canada’s ocean playground.

Take a trip along the dramatic coast, whether by car, bike or on foot, to breathe in the salty ocean air and feast on fresh seafood. In Halifax, Nova Scotia's laid-back capital city, time is best spent enjoying the ocean views with a glass of the award-winning local wine, followed by a visit to the beautiful public gardens. For an outdoor adventure, embark on a whale watching trip to see magnificent humpbacks in the wild, or explore the region by foot on one of the many hiking trails, taking you high into the landscape and low to the seafront. 

Once you've explored Nova Scotia, head to New Brunswick for unspoiled nature and wilderness, or visit Ontario for a chic city escape. 

Destination Highlights
  • Drive the famous Cabot Trail
  • Explore Kejimkujik National Park
  • Visit picturesque Cape Breton Island
  • Brier Island whale watching
  • Photograph Peggy's Cove Lighthouse
  • Enjoy some of Nova Scotia's world class wine
Essential Information
  • Time Zone GMT -4 hours
  • Currency CAD - Canadian Dollar
  • Visa Information Please ensure you have a valid electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) prior to your departure to Canada. Please check with the Canadian Embassy for all Visa FAQ’s
  • Language English
  • Flight Time Approx 6 hours; Air Canada offer a 5 times weekly direct service to Halifax from London Heathrow. Indirect flights are available from other UK airports.
  • Health Information No vaccinations required

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With a population of just one million. yet possessing nearly 5,000 miles of coastline, Nova Scotia offers a wilderness adventure like no other, amid fascinating French and First Nation communities.

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