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Burntcoat Head Park is home of the World's Highest Record Tides. The water level at high tide can be as much as 16 metres (52 feet) higher than at low tide.
This view of The Digby Waterfront is from the "Fundy Complex". The Fundy Restaurant has been serving fresh seafood to locals and tourists alike for over 60 years.
overlooking Inverary Resort with Lakeside Landing Restaurant and MacAuley Conference Centre
Cape View Motel and Cottages is located a two minute walk from Mavillette Beach Provincial Park along the French Acadian Shore in Clare.
Looking for a great place to camp in Cape Breton?
A four season wilderness resort whose creators combine a love for the earth and a vision of a unique nature experience accessible to all people.
You are looking at the site of our new lodge, which was completed in July 2015. This view is from the far corner of the back lawn.
The Nova Centre is the largest integrated development project undertaken in Nova Scotia’s history. The new convention centre is just one element of the Nova Centre.
View from the Westin Nova Scotian Hotel to Georges Island, Port Authority, Seaport Farmers Market, Pier 21-22 and McNabs Island.
View from the Quarterdeck Restaurant towards Summerville Beach
View over the Civic Square in Truro
Three cozy cottages with private sandy beach located on 6 acres on beautiful Boularderie Island, Cape Breton. Commanding view of the Bras d'Or Lakes and Kelly's Mountain.
White Point is a popular year-round oceanfront beach resort on Nova Scotia's South Shore.
One of the best locations to experience the magnitude of water being moved in the Bay of Fundy. Camera courtesy of Old Orchard Inn & Spa, Wolfville.