Go next

Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia is one of Canada's Atlantic Provinces. With around 950,000 inhabitants, it is one of the least populated. As a peninsula exposed to the Atlantic Ocean, Nova Scotia has a more maritime climate than mainland Canada, with mild winters and cool summers.

36km

45.2167-62.7

Dartmouth (Nova Scotia)

metropolitan area in Nova Scotia, Canada

123km

44.6667-63.5667

Halifax (Nova Scotia)

Halifax is the capital city of Nova Scotia and the largest city in the Atlantic Provinces of Canada. The city's origins and rich maritime history derive from a strategic location and one of the world's great natural harbours. In the 19th and early 20th century, Halifax was the entry point for European immigration to Canada. Today, Halifax is a busy Atlantic seaport and the economic and cultural hub of Eastern Canada.

125km

44.64777778-63.57138889

Halifax

Halifax is the capital city of Nova Scotia and the largest city in the Atlantic Provinces of Canada. The city's origins and rich maritime history derive from a strategic location and one of the world's great natural harbours. In the 19th and early 20th century, Halifax was the entry point for European immigration to Canada. Today, Halifax is a busy Atlantic seaport and the economic and cultural hub of Eastern Canada.

125km

44.6488-63.5754

Guysborough

Guysborough is a community of about 900 people (2001) on the Eastern Shore of Nova Scotia. It is on the western shore of Chedabucto Bay, fronting Guysborough Harbour, and is the administrative seat of the Guysborough municipal district. It is home to the Alder Grounds, Boggy Lake, Bonnett Lake Barrens, and Canso Coastal Barrens Wilderness Areas.

135km

45.39166667-61.50833333

Sydney (Nova Scotia)

community in Nova Scotia, Canada

283km

46.1378-60.1829
Sights

Prince Edward Island

province of Canada

54km

46.25-63

Atlantic Canada

four provinces of Canada on the Atlantic Ocean

128km

47-62

we will see

Pictou

Canada
Pictou is a small town of 3,200 people (2016) in Pictou County, Nova Scotia on the north-western shore of a natural harbour. It is most well-known for its claim to be the birthplace of new Scotland after the landing of the first settlers to come to Nova Scotia directly from Scotland in 1773. There are many old buildings to see, an attractive waterfront and several museums.

What's on your mind?

Climate

No climate information is available for this destination.

Useful links