Accommodations Nova Scotia

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Brier Island, Nova Scotia

The most westerly point in Nova Scotia and the official entrance to the Bay of Fundy, Brier Island is internationally known for whale watching opportunities. Tall cliffs on the south side of the island, three lighthouses, and a rich collection of rare species of wildflowers combine to make this location a scenic paradise. The unique ecosystem sustains migrating birds along the Atlantic Flyway and is recognized as the #1 bird watching location in Nova Scotia. A wealth of fine trails has contributed to this island being rated as one of the top ten locations in the province for coastal hiking.

  • Take your camera, binoculars and bird book to Pond Cove, the Nature Conservancy site on the island
  • Follow the shore trail from the Northern Light Coast Guard Station to Pea Jack Cove to view a year round seal colony
  • Shop for hand made quilts, crafts and artwork

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