Saint Mary’s Bay
Welcome to Saint Mary’s Bay! This region has the highest concentration of Acadians in Nova Scotia, with more than 8000 residents!
For more information about Saint Mary’s Bay, visit:
You won’t miss out on anything during your visit to Saint Mary’s Bay!
La Forge LeNoir
Did you know that the LeNoir Forge Museum houses a working forge operated by volunteers with a collection of tools and artifacts that share a unique look into some of the stories of the inhabitants of Isle Madame?
Start planning your visit to one of the oldest stone buildings on Cape Breton Island and discover the traditional art of forging.
The Acadian Coast Lines
Take advantage of this beautiful day to explore the beautiful coast lines of Nova Scotia’s Acadie!
Monument to the Acadian Odyssey
Did you know that the monument of the Acadian Odyssey was unveiled on July 28, 2005 on the Halifax waterfront, near Georges Island, as part of the commemoration of the 250th anniversary of the Great Upheaval?
Discover this monument on your road to Acadie in Nova Scotia!
Discover true Acadian life in Nova Scotia!
The Acadian shores of Nova Scotia have a rich history, dating back over 400 years, with many French speaking communities like Pubnico, which is the oldest Acadian settlement where the inhabitants of today are the direct descendants of the original settlers.
For more information about the Acadian shores of Nova Scotia, check out the websites listed below and start planning your vacation to Acadie!
Cape Breton Island
Cape Breton Island has been ranked #1 Island in Canada in the 2020 Travel + Leisure World’s Best Awards.
Article link: https://www.travelandleisure.com/worlds-b…/islands-in-canada
For more information about Cape Breton Island, visit the websites listed below.
The Sunsets of Chéticamp
Did you know that the sunsets over the ocean in the Acadian region of Chéticamp are among the most spectacular in the world?
Anywhere in the Acadian region, from Margaree Harbour to Cape Breton Highlands National Park, you can stop at the many lookoffs at dusk to watch the amazing sunsets for yourself.
For more information about the beautiful Acadian region of Chéticamp, visit the websites listed below.
Music of the Bay
Did you know that Acadians have their own special word for a good party with lots of music?
It is called a “tyme”!
Look for the Music of the Bay logo throughout the area and discover the lively music and folklore of this region while you explore Acadie in Nova Scotia!
Welcome to Nova Scotia! The Atlantic bubble is now officially open!
We are ready to welcome visitors from New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland and Labrador into our province!
Where will your discovery of Nova Scotia’s Acadie begin?
Let us guide your journey of Acadie! Visit https://visitezne.ca/en/circuits to find plenty of touristic circuits throughout our picturesque province!
Eat, drink, play and stay in the beautiful Acadie of Nova Scotia!
Waterfalls and ‘Thunder Bridge’ in Saint-Benoni
Did you know that from ‘Thunder Bridge’ in St-Benoni you can see a 20-foot waterfall, and on the other side, you can see the Meteghan River cascading into the salted sea water?
When you are all set to explore and discover the treasures of Acadie, visit Nova Scotia.