Learn how the Acadians built this breathtaking structure, the largest wooden church in North America.
Sainte-Marie Church is adjacent to the Université Sainte-Anne campus at Church Point. Sainte-Marie's Parish, the first to be established in the Baie Sainte-Marie region of southwestern Nova Scotia.
For more information about this beautiful church, visit their website:
Traditional Acadian Music
When visiting Nova Scotia’s Acadie this summer, be sure to experience authentic Acadian music during your vacation!
There is nothing more fun dancing along to traditional Acadian music!
Acadian Historical Museum – Chezzetcook
Did you know that you can find cookbooks filled with traditional acadian recipes as well as books on acadian history and many acadian memories in the Museum shop?
Immerse yourself into the Acadian culture and tradition of Nova Scotia by visiting the Acadian Historical Museum in Chezzetcook!
In this photo, we see the folklore of Acadia of Chezzetcook with all its beauty!
The Dark Skies
Discover the majestic dark skies in Yarmouth and Acadian shores region of Nova Scotia during your summer vacation this year!
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Did you know that in the early days, lobster was considered a poor man's food and was routinely fed to prisoners? It is now considered a luxury food and is served at almost every local restaurant in Chéticamp!
Enjoy fresh lobster at any number of restaurants while you explore Chéticamp, Nova Scotia!
- Harbour Restaurant
- Le Gabriel Restaurant
- L’abrie café et restaurant
- Restaurant Evangeline
- The Seafood Stop Restaurant
- Belleview/Roddie’s Pizza & Donair Restaurant
Clare Maps Available!
While the issuing of the Clare visitor guide was postponed for 2020, a tear-off map of Clare is now available for visitors. The map side promotes outdoor attractions and activities, while the back side will contain free visitor listings for Clare accommodations, restaurants, art galleries, tourist activities and retail services.
Download a PDF version online (https://baiesaintemarie.com/en/plan-your-trip/media/2020-clare-map) or pick up a copy at the municipal building in Little Brook or at the visitor information centre in Belliveau Cove (https://baiesaintemarie.com/en/plan-your-trip/road-trips/visitor-information-centre).
The Congrès Mondial Acadien 2024 in CLARGYLE
Did you know that the Congrès Mondial Acadien is coming to the regions of Clare and Argyle in 2024? Start getting ready for the Congrès Mondial Acadien 2024 in CLARGYLE!
For more information about the Congrès Mondial Acadien, visit:
Discover everything downtown Halifax has to offer during your visit this summer!
From shopping, eating, drinking, museums, the waterfront, and more!
For more information about Halifax, visit the websites listed below:
Did you know that you can experience a live demonstration on a working lobster boat docked at various wharves around the Yarmouth and Argyle areas?
Set a trap, hold, and band a lobster, and splice some rope during your discovery of Acadian life in Nova Scotia!
The Fortress of Louisbourg
A visit to the Fortress of Louisbourg will immerse you in the early 18th century. It will take you into the daily life of the garrison and the inhabitants of the first French fortress in the New World. Do not speak English at the entrance of its doors.
The guards on duty could seize you and lead you to the dungeon, under the pretext that you could be an English spy. This fortress is the largest reconstruction of a historic city in North America.