Peggy's Cove, a fishing village, has long been a backdrop for tales of pirates and shipwrecks - and when you take this tour, you'll have free time to explore the rocks, walking trails, village and many quaint boutiques and gift shops.
Known as an artist and explorers paradise, this picture postcard village on the rugged Atlantic shoreline stands on solid rock above the crashing surf.
Its lighthouse, the only one in North America to have a post office within it, is the most photographed lighthouse in the world.
This is a Gray Line tour.
12:30 pm on Monday, Wednesday, Friday & Saturday (July to Mid October)
Visit the Lighthouse - and its post office.
See de Garthe's Fisherman's Monument - a work of art carved entirely from granite rock, depicting the cove's heritage.
Shop - this unique community offers a wide selection of Nova Scotia Crafts and mementos.
Explore the rugged shoreline - take to one of the many trails or enjoy climbing around the granite rocks (but please be careful!)
This tour does NOT include hotel pick-up. The departure point at the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic will be detailed on your E-Ticket. Rates are shown in US dollars.
There are no refunds. All sales are final.
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