Most of the province is covered in dense forest and gentle rolling hills. The Bay of Fundy on the west coast has the world’s highest tides.
Cape Breton in the north is a large island that accounts for about one fifth of the landmass in Nova Scotia. The mountains here are more rugged and reminiscent of the Scottish Highlands.
Some of the main tourist attractions in Nova Scotia is the famous lighthouse of Peggy's Cove, the extreme tides of Hall's Harbor, the Fortress Louisbourg, the historic Sherbrooke Village, the city of Halifax and the beautiful nature around Cape Breton in the north of Nova Scotia. of course there is much more to see in the Atlantic Ocean Province of Nova Scotia.
Enjoy our Nova Scotia Photos!
|All Nova Scotia Pictures|
|Pictures of Halifax City
|Pictures of Cape Breton and Cape Breton Highlands National Park
|Pictures of Fortress Louisbourg
|Pictures of Peggys Cove
| Pictures of the Bay of Fundy
|Pictures of Town of Lunenburg|