Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada is situated on the shores of the Bay of Fundy at the doorstep to Canada`s largest fishing and lobster marine eco system. The community is within many popular sandy beaches, and lighthouses on the southern tip of Nova Scotia.
Activity attractions most enjoyed in the community and surrounding areas include fishing, boating, sailing, ocean kayaking, walking tours, sightseeing, canoeing, birding (birdwatching), wildlife watching, swimming, star gazing, beachcombing, camping, biking and golfing.
The best attractions, activity and adventure destinations located in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia includes Cape Forchu Lighthouse, Heritage Walking Trail, Mavillette Beach Provincial Park , John's Cove Beach, Lake Milo Beach, Comeau's Hill Beach, Port Maitland Beach Provincial Park, Pembroke Beach, Smugglers Cove Provincial Park, Major’s Point Historic Site, Bunker Island Lighthouse and the Cape Saint Mary Lighthouse Park.
The best venues for travellers to enjoy museums, historic sites, art, music and/or theatre in and around Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada includes the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, Yarmouth County Museum & Archives, Cape Forchu Lightstation Museum, Murray Manor Art & Culture House, W. Lawrence Sweeney Fisheries Museum, and the Firefighters' Museum of Nova Scotia.
What type of places to stay are there available in Yarmouth, NS? The types of accommodations to stay with include hotels, motels, inns, resorts, vacation homes, bed and breakfasts and campground. Important services and amenities for travelers when exploring in and around Yarmouth Canada includes guides, tours, attractions, pubs, gift shops, restaurants, coffee houses, gas stations, grocery stores, liquor store, cell service, internet, as well as, transportation serices like taxi, marina and ferry (connecting to Portland ME, USA).