Digby, Nova Scotia, Canada rests on the shores of the Annapolis Basin and eventually connects with the Bay of Fundy. The village is a mecca for lighthouses, seafood and ocean sightseeing parks.
Activities most enjoyed in the community and surrounding areas include fishing, scallop harvesting, boating, sailing, sightseeing, walking tours, sea kayaking, whale watching, picnicking, wineries, and golfing.
A few of the more popular activity and sightseeing destinations in the region includes Digby Neck, Gilbert Cove Lighthouse, Point Prim Lighthouse, Digby Waterfront Walkway, Brier Island, Lake Midway Park, Balancing Rock Trail, Grand Passage Lighthouse, Peter's Lighthouse Lookout, Sandy Cove Beach and Pond Cove Beach.
Some of the attractions, museums and cultural venues in Digby, Nova Scotia and the surrounding regions include the St. Bernard Church, Digby Fish Market, Scallop Days Festival, Wharf Rat Rally, Maud Lewis House and a wide selection of lighthouses.
Services important in and around the community of Digby include accommodations (hotel, motel, inn, vacation home, bed and breakfast), campground, pubs, gift shops, restaurants, gas station, grocery stores, liquor store, cell service, and internet, and transportation services including a marina, ferry (connects to New Brunswick) and taxi service.