A beautiful coastal drive takes you past picturesque coastal villages and inlets to the rugged fishing community of Peggy's Cove. With its breathtaking location on a narrow coastal inlet characterized by wave-worn granite boulders and crashing surf, this charming little village is one of Canada's most photographed sites. The lighthouse serves as a beacon to fishermen and is a post office with its own special postmark. Peggy's Cove has inspired artists the world over. En route back to the ship, you'll enjoy a short drive around Halifax to familiarize yourself with the city's many highlights.
Note: Walking at Peggy's Cove is optional. If you choose to explore the Peggy's Cove area, wear warm clothing, a raincoat and sturdy low-heeled shoes as the wind often carries salt water spray great distances.
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Customer Reviews for Coastal Drive To Peggy's Cove
The bus ride was long and not very interesting. The way back we followed the coast and was more scenic. The cove is beautiful but very crowded with tours. There is only one restaurant and one or two small venues to eat at. The restaurant is very crowded. The scenery was beautiful. It is windy and can get cold in the fall. This tour is a walking tour around the village, lighthouse and cove. There are several shops with interesting merchandise to purchase.