We leave Halifax via Highway 103 and drive one hour and twenty minutes directly to Mahone Bay which was settled
This area is very picturesque and one if not the only place where you
can capture a photo of "Three Churches" of different denominations,
side by side, in the same snap shot.
The town was a ship building centre, back in time. It is a great place to visit in the fall of the year during their scarecrow festival, you never know what might be exhibited by the residents.
Then we will travel From Mahone Bay to Lunenburg, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Founded in 1752, and was settled by immigrants from German States and the Montbeliard region of France.
It is also the home of the Bluenose Schooner, which is on the back of
the Canadian ten cent coin.
It is very picturesque and offers much to it's visitors,
- Unique Heritage Buildings
- Fine Seafood Restaurants
- Gift Shops
- the Fisheries Museum
- Wooden Ship Building Yards
- Off-Shore Fishing Boats.
After a short drive through the town, you and your guests will be dropped off at the waterfront, where you will be able to dine or walk about for one hour or more.
After that we will travel back to Halifax via highway 103, (time permitting) we could visit Hubbards and drive along the shore line and view the sandy beaches of Queensland which are used extensively
during the summer.