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BLUE ROCKS

Blue Rocks is a small working fishing village. Aptly named, the blue slate rocks and small coves make for a stunning sight. 

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THE OVENS

Only a short drive away, the Ovens has more than the famous sea caves. The unique geology of the ocean caves will astound you, and the booming sound of the waves crashing into the caves is one you won't forget.  Enjoy the on-site museum, kayaking, or give gold panning a try today.

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PEGGY'S COVE 

An iconic and famous Nova Scotia landmark. A small fishing village, with the well known Peggy's Cove Lighthouse standing proudly atop the white rocks. A worthwhile visit, incredible pictures, and a great day out! Be sure to stay off the black rocks though!

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2nd PENINSULA PROVINCIAL PARK

A scenic local park, grab a picnic and enjoy the tables under the mature spruce and pine trees by the ocean. Relax and enjoy nature or cool off in the water. 

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LEHAVE OUTFITTING CO.

This delightful bakery is right on the way to Crescent, Rissers beach and Fort Point museum. Next to the LaHave Ferry wharf, no day trip is complete without stopping here for a refreshing drink and delicious baked good. or stop in and get lunch with an assortment of sandwiches, soup, and personal pizzas. 

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AMOS PEWTER

Learn and see how pewter is made and shaped into timeless pieces. The work done here is exquisite with something for everyone. Pick up a gift for yourself or a loved one, a truly unique and memorable souvenir.