Nova Scotia’s south shore is a major tourist attraction when visiting Halifax. The south shore is approximately an hour away from downtown Halifax, but its only about 40 km (25 miles) from the city due to the slow speed limits on the highways.
First stop: Peggy’s Cove. A small community with a population of about 46. Rumoured to be named after Peggy, the sole survivor of a ship wreck once upon a long time ago. The lighthouse is one of the most-photographed structures in Atlantic Canada. The weather was great when we were there, but the clouds started to roll in after we left.
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