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Check out our three internationally recognized world heritage sites. View Experience



Explore over 50 lighthouses throughout the region! View more information.

Bay of Fundy

Bay of Fundy

See firsthand the world's highest tides, a global natural wonder. View Experience

Wine sampling Gaspereau vinyards

Annapolis Valley

The valley is best known for award-winning red & white wines. View Experience

Couple waiting to board the Bluenose II in Luneneburg

Bluenose II

Get up-close with one of Canada's most recognizable icons. View Experience

Cannon overlooking Lunenburg harbour

Unique Discoveries

Enjoy each moment while exploring Southwest Nova Scotia View Experience

Experience whale watching for the first time

Whale Watching

Experience the incomparable thrill of seeing majectic whales. view experience

Come to Life in Southwest Nova Scotia

Satisfy your senses in Nova Scotia's year-round destination.

Explore Nova Scotia's Backyard, where new and exciting adventures are waiting for you. Dramatically different landscapes with breathtakingly beautiful seacoasts and lush farmlands offer spectacular natural wonders, fascinating history steeped in Acadian, English and Micmaq settlements and uniquely entertaining cultural activities. Relish a rich combination of sights, sounds, smells, textures and tastes that delivers an unforgettable range of satisfying experiences in Nova Scotia.

Grand Pre

The Landscape of Grand Pré became Canada's 16th World Heritage Site, inscribed by UNESCO in 2012. The 13 square-kilometre (5 miĀ²) site is located on the Bay of Fundy's Minas Basin in Nova Scotia's Annapolis Valley. It is an exceptional living agricultural landscape, claimed from the sea in the 17th century and the area where the Acadians lived in harmony with the native Mi'Kmaq people before the Expulsion in 1755.

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