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Fresh Atlantic Lobster

Fresh Atlantic lobster can be served in so many unique ways – especially in Nova Scotia’s Acadie!

What is your favourite way of eating lobster?

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Isle Madame

Did you know Isle Madame is the largest island in an archipelago situated off the southwest coast of Cape Breton?

The real treasure of Isle Madame is found in its natural beauty. With panoramic views of the ocean, salty air, boats anchored in rocky coves, and lobster traps stacked on the docks.

An island in the heart of an island. A sheltered place always adroit to family values and a simple way of life, where natural coastal landscapes of great beauty are offered to you. Isle Madame welcomes you.




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The Atlantic Bubble

Coming July 3rd, 2020 – the Atlantic bubble!

Nova Scotia is looking forward to welcoming visitors from New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, and Newfoundland and Labrador!

What is the first thing you are doing when you visit Nova Scotia this summer?!

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Halifax Citadel National Historic Site

Did you know that you can witness the firing of the midday cannon while being moved by the sound of the bagpipes, or join the regiment of the 78th Highlanders for a day?

During your next visit to the city, come and admire the star-shaped architecture of the Halifax Citadel, a unique experience both inside and out!



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Nova Scotia Lighthouses

There are many lighthouses all over Nova Scotia!

What is your favourite lighthouse in Nova Scotia’s Acadie?

Can you name the lighthouse in the picture?


Dr Élizabeth LeFort Gallery

Les Trois Pignons

Did you know that Dr Élizabeth LeFort’s piece titled "Canadian Centennial 1967" used 7 miles of thread? Some of her incredible pieces can be found at Buckingham Palace and the White House! Come see Dr Élizabeth LeFort’s amazing hooked rug gallery at Les Trois Pignons.

Discover the remarkable history and craft of Acadian rug hooking in Nova Scotia!




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Yarmouth & Acadian Shores

There's a bit of magic in Yarmouth & Acadian Shores!

This is where the land meets the sea. Where English and Acadian cultures coexist. It's quiet and peaceful, yet full of adventure. And where the darkest skies let the stars shine their brightest. It's where the food is fresh and local, and the music is too. It's where everything comes together. It's where the stars align.

To see the complete online guide, click here:



Le Musée des Acadiens des Pubnicos

Did you know that the genealogy database at the Musée des Acadiens des Pubnico now includes more than 102,000 entries?

Discover your Acadian roots in Nova Scotia with the aid of this genealogical gold mine!



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Take advantage of exploring the Halifax area and Nova Scotia's Acadian culture!

When you are all set to explore and discover the treasures of Acadie, visit Nova Scotia.
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Cape Saint Mary Lighthouse Park 

Did you know that gazing into the eyes of the fisherman carved in stone and listening to the crashing waves will transport you elsewhere?  Come admire the monument commemorating those lost at sea amongst the panoramic vistas at the Lighthouse Park at Cape Saint Mary.

When you are all set to explore and discover the treasures of Acadie, visit Nova Scotia.



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Pondville Beach Provincial Park 

Did you know that Pondville Beach Provincial Park is a 1 km long unsupervised sandy beach? It is a wonderful place for a walk on the Atlantic coast, a picnic with friends and family or a nice swim in the refreshing ocean waters!

During your next vacation, come visit Madame Island and enjoy a beautiful day at Pondville Beach Provincial Park!



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Clare Activity Guide

There is a whole lot going on in Clare!

To help you plan your next visit, check out this complete online guide with 64 things to see and do in Clare that are sure to enrich your next vacation.

Check out the complete online guide here: