On the coastline of Eastern Canada, Nova Scotia is small – you can drive end-to-end in eight hours – but stunning. Beautiful, scenic and picturesque you’ll find ruggedly wild landscapes that give way to gentle rolling farmland the further you go inland. Jutting into the Atlantic Ocean there’s plenty to keep you busy beside (or on) the sea with 160 lighthouses, whale watching trips and the highest recorded tides in the world in the Bay of Fundy. But there’s so much more to discover from its five UNESCO World Heritage Sites – be sure to stop at Lunenburg with its colourful 18th and 19th century buildings – to a truly diverse cultural make-up that sees Gaelic signs alongside German sausages and Arcadian flags belonging to the descendants of French settlers. Want to discover all this and more? Our Canada Travel Specialists are here to help plan your holiday to Nova Scotia.