Peggy’s Cove is a small, working, fishing village on Nova Scotia’s south shore. It is home to one of the most famous lighthouses in the world, while the cove with its brightly coloured fishing boats and wharfs stacked with lobster crates and fishing line, is one of the most photographed seascapes. Equally dramatic is the rugged landscape strewn with boulders left behind by glaciers during the last ice age. The dynamic interplay between ocean and granite gives rise to a unique ecosystem that is a part of the Peggy’s Cove Preservation Area.

Peggy's Cove, Nova Scotia
Peggy’s Cove is a small, working, fishing village on Nova Scotia’s south shore. It is home to one of the most famous lighthouses in the world, while the cove with its brightly coloured fishing boats and wharfs stacked with lobster crates and fishing line, is one of the most photographed seascapes. Equally dramatic is the rugged landscape strewn with boulders left behind by glaciers during the last ice age. The dynamic interplay between ocean and granite gives rise to a unique ecosystem that is a part of the Peggy’s Cove Preservation Area.

Spend a day in Peggy’s Cove!

 

Walk on the rocks and have a picnic while you watch the waves. (Keep a safe distance!)

 

Sip fresh specialty coffees on the deck of Beale’s Bailiwick. ({link:http://www.beales.ns.ca/}Visit Site{/link})

 

Take in a show or workshop at The Old Red Schoolhouse.

 

Larry and Oliver enjoy a sweet treat on a hot day

 

Don’t forget to stop in at Dee Dee’s for a fresh baked wafflecone and a divine ice cream eating experience!