Drive the South Shore of Nova Scotia from Halifax to Yarmouth. One would think this route was full of lighthouses—it has its fair share—however there's much more than just lighthouses to satisfy your eyes.
We left Halifax and headed for Peggy’s Cove to see the famous lighthouse and nearby quaint fishing village. We happened to get there as a big storm was arriving, so it was moody and bleak—perfect for photography. We also stopped along the winding road to see beautiful water views and outlooks.
The route is full of small fishing villages where you can get a feel for the seafaring life of Nova Scotia.