Welcome to SeeNovaScotia

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Welcome to our web site, all about Nova Scotia. Our site is a photographic tour of Nova Scotia. You will see many wonderful places and attractions to help you plan your next vacation to Nova Scotia.. From the highlands of Cape Breton to the Annapolis Valley, vacationing in Nova Scotia is a thrilling experience. Walk on the bottom of the ocean at The Bay of Fundy or climb over the rocks at Peggy’s Cove.
Go swimming in the ocean at one of our Ocean beaches or find a lake side secluded spot in the wilderness,it’s all here for you to enjoy.
Visit our Daytrips page where we provide you with photographs and information to help you find your way.
If you are a tourism business, you can advertise your business on our site. Or you can get a link from our site to yours.

Blomidon Lookoff

The lookoff at Blomiden near Kentville, Nova Scotia gives on a view of the fields laid out below. This area of Nova Scotia is a Prime farming area.

Fall at Long Lake Park

A walk at Long Lake Provincial Park gives you lots of views of Withrod Lake and the new Lakeview trail.

Fall in Nova Scotia

Fall has arrived in our province, as the leaves turn color the sky’s become clear and cold.


Annapolis Royal Graveyard Tour

One of the oldest tombstones is from 1720, an english stone dating to before the City of Halifax was discovered.

What better way to spend a summer evening than walking through a graveyard by lantern light and learning about it’s residents. If you drop by the Fort Anne National Historic Site at around 9:30pm, Alan Melanson will ensure the tour is a memorable evening. MORE

Visit Five Islands

Five Islands Provincial park is located on Route 2, approximately 32 km (20 mi) east of Parrsboro and 57 km (35 mi) west of Truro along the Glooscap Trail. Highway 2 can be accessed via highway 104 in Glenholme, Springhill and Amherst. MORE

Visit Annapolis Royal

Annapolis Royal is a small town located in the Annapolis Valley area of Nova Scotia.  With nearby Port Royal being the first permanent settlement in North America, north of St. Augustine Florida, established in 1605, the area is steeped in history. MORE

Peggy’s Cove Sunset

The Lighthouse at Peggy’s Cove is one of Nova Scotia’s Lighthouses that is looking for a new owner. The federal Government are looking to sell many of the lighthouses no longer in operation.
(Michael K. Harvey/Canadapixs.com)

A sunset at Peggy’s Cove always make a great photograph.[/caption]