Peggy’s Cove is a heavily-visited tourist location on the Nova Scotia coast. Having spent a couple of days there, I can easily understand why. The lighthouse, shown here, sits on a fantastic outcrop of fractured igneous rocks right next to one of the most idyllic fishing villages you will find anywhere. The restaurant by the parking lot also serves a pretty mean breakfast.
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