You hear about it, you read about it, you see photos featuring Peggy’s Cove and, it’s a small picturesque fishing village with a lighthouse right, so you think, an hour max. and I’m out of there.
If you are anything like us, countless hours may go by and you’ll still find yourself absorbing every detail of this quaint fishing village and its lighthouse while strolling around with a smoked salmon or a lobster roll in one hand and a camera in another.
HDR photo featuring Peggy’s Cove is a short introduction to a Acadia Road Trip through 4 Canadian provinces, Quebec and the Maritimes – New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and Nova Scotia in Canada and the State of Maine in the USA, 3,796km squeezed into 14 days long journey. Numerous photo galleries, short video clips and notes will be shared in a near future on the web site and on a different social networks where for some time images, clips and experiences from Atlantic Canada are already being shared.
Peggy’s Cove is located in Halifax municipality, in its Saint Margaret’s Bay, in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia (map).
Rustic appearance of Peggy’s Cove daily attracts numerous visitors and by the noon village may be teeming with tourists so it’s advised to arrive fairly early before it gets real busy.
Peggy’s Cove on a short video assembled from a few random video clips…
Citadel hill in Halifax…