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British Columbia | A dramatic setting for a beautiful Canadian wedding

British Columbia | A dramatic setting for a beautiful Canadian wedding

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Nova Scotia | Canada

Blessed with breathtaking shores, towering cliffs, windswept beaches and picturesque bays, this easternmost province of Canada features two spectacular island wedding destinations: Cape Breton and Prince Edward Island. Both are home to incredible wildlife, with whale & bird watching, plus biking and hiking.

What's more, Cape Breton is home to the extraordinary Highlands Links Golf Course, acknowledged as the premier golf course in Canada. And Prince Edward Island provided provided the setting for the famed book Anne of Green Gables; it has innumerable charming, rural locales for your wedding, too!

Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia, the Eastern most province of Canada offers breathtaking shores, towering cliffs, long peaceful beaches and picturesque bays. It is easy to relax in the serene environs of Nova Scotia if you enjoy outdoor activities such as hiking, biking, and whale- and bird- watching.

Two islands worth visiting are Cape Breton, voted the most beautiful island in the world by Conde Nast Traveler, and Prince Edward Island. Avid golfers will no doubt want to make the trip to Cape Breton, where they’ll find the best golf course in Canada, Highlands Links.

And for literary fans, Prince Edward Island provided the rural, idyllic setting for the book Anne of Green Gables, whose main character was nothing short of a hopeless romantic. Nova Scotia is home to Peggy’s Cove, a small fishing village filled with charm and character. The quaint lighthouse, perched on a rocky shoreline, makes the village an ideal spot for wedding photographs.

Northumberland Shore Nova Scotia

The warm, sparkling blue waters and wide sandy beaches of the Northumberland Strait are what make this region truly unique and special. Add some gently rolling farmland, fabulous golf, unique Nova Scotia festivals, and local fare such as Nova Scotia lobster, maple syrup and blueberries and you have an exceptional holiday destination.

Stop at Jost Vineyards in Malagash to sample wines and take a vineyard tour, go for a swim at Melmerby Beach, and end a perfect day with a lobster supper. Use the "best of" lists below to help plan your Nova Scotia vacation in the Northumberland Shore region.

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Cape Breton island Nova Scotia

Cape Breton Island is for its dramatic natural beauty and Scottish heritage. When visiting Cape Breton, go salmon fishing, golf Nova Scotia courses with magnificent scenery, take in glorious autumn foliage, or have a sip at Glenora Distillery, Canada’s only single malt whisky distillery.

Drive the Cabot Trail to explore the rocky splendor of Cape Breton’s northern shore, ascending to the incredible plateaus of Cape Breton Highlands National Park, voted one of the most scenic drives in the world. Spot whales off Cape Breton's rugged coastline, watch eagles soar and immerse yourself in Scottish dance and music at the annual Celtic Colours festival. The only things more beautiful than the scenery and events are the people. The "best of" lists below will help you decide what to see and do in the Cape Breton region

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Eastern Shore Nova Scotia

This region's rugged coastline is a world-class destination for outdoor enthusiasts, and the seaside parks provide picnic spots and superb hiking trails at some of the province’s finest sand beaches. The pounding waves of Lawrencetown Beach have long made it a mecca for surfers and windsurfers, while fishermen are drawn to the region’s lakes and rivers.

This area is also brimming with history. Sherbrooke Village lets you step back in time to a 1860s lumbering and shipbuilding community, and museums at Goldboro and Goldenville bring to life the history of gold mining in Nova Scotia. You can plan your Nova Scotia Vacation to the Eastern Shore region with the help of the "best of" lists below.

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Nova Scotia Travel Info

  • Climate: 
    Nova Scotia's weather is temperate, with summer temperatures ranging in the 70's during the day, 50's at night. Being a seaside province, coastal winds are prevalent. Ideal conditions from May through early October.

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  • Currency: Canadian Dollar
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