Want to escape? Ranked among the best road trips in Quebec and Canada, these tourist routes offer splendid landscapes and numerous activities. Everything you need to make your next road trip an unforgettable journey.
A memorable road trip in the Eastern Townships – Quebec
Take the scenic drive to North Hatley (75 minutes east of Montreal) to Manoir Hovey, a member of the Relais & Châteaux Association, suggests Patricia Gajo, Montreal-based fashion journalist and travel columnist.
“The Manoir Hovey is without a doubt the most luxurious getaway in the Eastern Townships for couples: jacuzzi, breathtaking view of the water, champagne and gourmet restaurant. On the road, you will see superb kiosks where you can buy local products directly from farmers, such as corn, raspberries, apples, and so on,” says Patricia Gajo.
You should also visit the Abbey of Saint-Benoît du Lac , a Benedictine monastery. “We definitely have to come back in the fall to pick apples from their orchard. At certain times of the day, you can even hear their Gregorian chants,” says the journalist.
Alaska Highway – Yukon
If the Yukon is little known, the road trips that can be done there are more than numerous.
The Alaska Highway was named for the native inhabitants of the region, the Alyeska. It covers approximately 2,500 km and runs from Dawson Creek, British Columbia to Fairbanks, Alaska, USA. The portion of the Alaska Highway that crosses the Yukon is splendid and is certainly one of the most beautiful road trips in Canada.
The northern sky often gives way to one of the most spectacular and awe-inspiring northern spectacles: the Northern Lights. The midnight sun at the summer solstice is just as majestic, not to mention the rich flora and fauna of the Yukon.
The Whale Route – North Shore of Quebec: a majestic road trip
A road trip on the “whale route” offers a spectacular view where it is possible to observe 13 different species of whales. This road is 1,730 km long and extends from Tadoussac to Blanc-Sablon, on Route 138 which runs along the north shore of the St. Lawrence River.
Further north, between Sept-Îles and Natashquan, five hours of magnificent landscapes await you. You will also be able to observe the richness of the vegetation that evolves all along the route, as you climb more and more towards the north.
A road trip on the Niagara Valley Wine and Orchard Route – Ontario
The Niagara Valley Wine and Orchard Route offers you several choices of itineraries that you can discover according to your desires and your tastes in wine. The province has more than a hundred wine producers. You will therefore have to make a choice before establishing your journey!
One of the most popular destinations on the Ontario Wine Trail is undoubtedly the Niagara Valley near Niagara-on-the-Lake. Much more than simple visits to vineyards, the route quickly turns into a real gourmet walk where it is possible to taste many local products grown and processed on site.
You will also be charmed by the magnificent landscapes of southern Ontario. Remember to appoint a designated driver if you plan to stop frequently for alcohol tastings…
A road trip from Port-Elgin to Borden-Carleton via the Confederation Bridge – between Prince Edward Island and New Brunswick
The Confederation Bridge, which connects New Brunswick to Prince Edward Island, is a masterpiece of modern engineering that should not be missed if you are in the area.
Although this trip only takes 10 minutes, it is still a fascinating and unusual way to get to Prince Edward Island. This 13 km long arched bridge is the longest bridge in the world, overhanging waters taken by the ice. It will cost you little to cross this marvel and you will keep an inexhaustible memory of it.
The Viking Trail – Newfoundland and Labrador: an original Canadian road trip
Route 430, in Newfoundland and Labrador, also called the Viking Trail, is the second longest road in the province. With its 490 km paved, the road connects the Trans-Canada Highway to Saint-Anthony and L’Anse aux Meadows, in Labrador.
This journey by car offers a real historical pilgrimage, where the Vikings set foot more than 1000 years ago.
Depending on the season, you can also observe marine mammals, breathtaking coastal landscapes, icebergs and majestic sunsets.
You can also visit some of the historic sites along the way, including two recognized as World Heritage by UNESCO.
An epic road trip around Gaspésie – Quebec
If you like the sea, the offshore wind and mountainous landscapes, a road trip around Gaspésie is a must. From La Pocatière, in Bas-Saint-Laurent in Quebec, Route 132 offers 1,235 km that will amaze you, taking you through Rimouski, Percé, Gaspé, Sainte-Anne-des-Monts and Matane.
Along the way, you will be charmed by the splendours offered by the St. Lawrence River, which you will follow throughout your getaway. Near Rivière-du-Loup, it is possible to observe whales and marine animals.
You will come across Chaleur Bay, one of the most beautiful bays in the world, Bonaventure Park, renowned for its salmon fishing, the famous Percé Rock, as well as the large Forillon National Park.
Fundy’s Splendid Coastal Drive – New Brunswick
The Bay of Fundy offers a spectacular natural spectacle. It is known for its impressive tides and breathtaking panoramas. The Hopewell Rocks, those gigantic monoliths around which tourists can walk at low tide, are one of the must-see attractions in the Bay of Fundy.
The coastal route is 460 km and passes through several towns and villages in southern New Brunswick. During your road trip , you can meet people from the region and discover all kinds of tourist attractions. The road also crosses several splendid parks.
The Fundy Coastal Drive will also allow you to admire the highest tides in the world, in addition to having a front row seat for whale watching.
A Canadian road trip on the Valley Scenic Byway – New Brunswick
The scenic route of the majestic valley that runs along the Saint John River between Edmundston and Saint John is lined with many heritage villages and will reconcile history buffs and outdoor enthusiasts.
During your road trip, you will also find a good number of agricultural markets along the way, for delicious gourmet stops that will satisfy lovers of local products. Art enthusiasts can also visit several galleries in the region.
A mountainous road trip through the Appalachian Range route – New Brunswick
This route is ideal for true lovers of wide open spaces and the outdoors. The mountainous landscapes and the grandeur of the green spaces will amaze you.
The 280 km Appalachian Range Highway runs from Dalhousie to Perth-Andover, passing through Mount Carleton Park. Throughout your journey, you can go hiking in the forest and in the mountains, canoe outings and even stop for a night or two camping. There are also several festivals organized by the communities of the region.
From Shawinigan to La Tuque – Quebec: a superb road trip on route 155
Route 155, which connects the two cities, runs along the Mauricie River and crosses several bucolic villages that have a lot to offer. Do not hesitate to stop in a few of these places to discover local flavors and art galleries. You will also come across Mauricie Park, where you can stop for a walk in the forest, or even a canoe trip.
This short route being only 130 km long, you will have plenty of time to enjoy the beautiful landscapes and stop along the way to enjoy the panoramas offered by the Mauricie.
From Baie-Saint-Paul to La Malbaie – Quebec: a trip on route 362
This scenic route is only about fifty kilometers long. The landscapes are so majestic that Tourisme Québec has officially named it the River Route .
Along the way, you will come across magnificent villages, such as Les Éboulements, Saint-Joseph-de-la-Rive and Sainte-Irénée, which are all part of the association of the most beautiful villages in Quebec.
Take the opportunity to make several stops, admire the charm of each village, consume and buy local. When you get to the village of La Malbaie, you can walk on the many hiking trails that run along the cliff near the Richelieu manor!
Ride from La Baie (in Saguenay) to Baie-Saint-Paul – Quebec
Take Route 381 from La Baie, in Saguenay. Apart from a few sparsely populated villages, this place is a well-kept secret.
Submerged in mountains and lush forest landscapes, this 130 km route will make you appreciate wild Quebec, with its moose and other mammals.
From Quebec to Baie-Saint-Paul, on the splendid route 138 – Quebec
The road between Quebec City and Baie-Saint-Paul offers breathtaking views of the St. Lawrence River. At the beginning of the route, you can admire the Île d’Orléans and the Montmorency Falls, where you can stop for a picnic.
You will come across the village of Sainte-Anne de Beaupré on your way, which hosts the mountain of the same name, where you can stop in any season for an outdoor activity such as skiing, hiking, mountain biking. A ski lift can also take you to the top of the mountain, where the view of the river is breathtaking.
High up, Route 138 between Sainte-Anne de Beaupré and Baie-Saint-Paul allows you to admire the river from very close, not to mention the mountainous landscapes, cliffs, villages on the mountainside. No wonder the region is a source of inspiration for several renowned artists.
Travel the roads of Kamouraska – Quebec
Between La Pocatière and Rivière-du-Loup lies the magnificent region of Kamouraska. Rich in history and culture, this gem of a corner of the country is a must.
If you take Route 132 from La Pocatière, you will follow the St. Lawrence River. Passing through villages such as Saint-Denis, Kamouraska, Saint-Germain or Saint-André, you will be immersed in the sumptuous seascapes of the river.
Kamouraska is also recognized for its health centres. Several retreats, spas and treatment centers are within a few minutes drive. If you want to spend a few days in the region, there are also a variety of tourist residences.
From Saguenay to Grandes-Bergeronnes – Quebec
Route 172 between Saguenay and Grandes-Bergeronnes is a sublime 130-kilometre route. From furrows to valleys, you can discover the magnificent village of Sainte-Rose-Du-Nord.
This small village has several pretty shops, in addition to offering a magnificent view of the Saguenay River.
To end your journey in style, go to Grandes-Bergeronnes, a little further up Route 138, to observe whales and rorquals.
The James Bay – Quebec route
The 620 km road is one of the most isolated in Quebec, starting in Matagami and going all the way to Radisson, in Baie-James. The road was once built to access the Baie-James electric dam, built by Hydro-Québec in 1970.
Make sure your car is in good condition before you set off on this northern route, as rest stops and gas stations are scarce. You are not likely to find an experienced mechanic on your way!
The landscapes are dotted with taiga, a vegetation consisting mainly of rocks, low hills and conifers. You will also find several rivers with impressive flow.
Traveling between Quebec and Newfoundland and Labrador
If you’re in the mood for wild adventure, there’s nothing better than an immersion in the Canadian boreal forest. To go from Baie-Comeau to Goose Bay in Labrador, you will cross roads that are sometimes very remote, windy and unsuitable. It will therefore be necessary to prepare your trip well and take all the necessary precautions before venturing there.
From Baie-Comeau, take Route 389 and go to the mining town of Fermont. Along the way, you will come across, among other things, the huge Manic-5 hydroelectric dam on the Manicouagan River.
Once in Fermont, be sure to visit the famous wall that protects this working-class town from the northern winds. To cross the border to Newfoundland and Labrador, you will then have to continue to Route 500, also called the Trans-Labrador Highway.
When you have crossed the border, you are free to continue to Labrador City, or even to Goose Bay, and discover the splendours of Labrador. This region of Northeastern Canada deserves to be known. In addition, the Trans-Labrador Highway is now complete, so it is now possible to take it to Blanc-Sablon, Quebec.
The Chatham-Kent Corridor – Ontario
Little known, this historic and colorful area is made up of 23 small communities that overlook Lake Erie, Lake St. Clair and the Thames River.
Ride the coastal motorcycle route that originates in the small, iconic seaside town of Port Dover, a hotspot for thousands of motorcyclists every Friday the 13th.
Along the Thames River, you can follow the route taken by the British and Native Loyalists when they were hunted down by American forces in the War of 1812.
In addition to Rondeau and Wheatley provincial parks, you will find numerous hiking and picnic areas on your route.
Traveling from Sault Ste. Marie to Thunder Bay – Ontario
Lake Superior offers breathtaking scenery and sunsets.
Route 17, which runs from Sault-Sainte-Marie to Thunder Bay, Ontario, runs along the north shore of Lake Superior and is among the most beautiful roads in Canada, to be traveled by car, motorcycle or bicycle.
The 700 km that separate Sault-Sainte-Marie and Thunder Bay offer travelers exceptional panoramas, sculpted rock walls and rich vegetation.
Several rest areas are set up to enjoy the fabulous landscapes and enjoy an outdoor meal.
An unforgettable road trip in Stratford – Ontario
A short scenic drive from London to Stratford will charm you with its historic inns and scenic river. The ideal site for walking or picnicking along its banks, not forgetting its famous theater festival.
“The Stratford Festival is a must-see for theatre-goers, but beyond that this quaint 19th century town has plenty of other treasures to discover. The annual, summer Stratford Music Festival features everything from classical to jazz, and features a few free concerts that can be enjoyed outdoors. If music isn’t your cup of tea, check out the many shops in the area. These stores include Family & Company, which sells toys for all ages, and Watson’s Chelsea Bazaar , where you can find china, glassware and other treasures imported from all over the world,” says Claudia Viani, established in London and Director of Leisure at Carlson Wagonlit Travel.
“Stratford is also home to world-class restaurants, wine bars, bistros, chocolate shops and dairy bars,” adds Claudia Viani.
Discover Thousand Islands National Park – Ontario
The route from Toronto to Thousand Islands National Park is just under 300 km and runs along the north shore of Lake Ontario.
Thousand Islands National Park, located in the heart of the turquoise waters of the St. Lawrence River, is located between Montreal and Toronto. On site, you can enjoy all kinds of outdoor activities. You can, among other things, escape by kayak and discover magnificent isolated bays. Several hiking trails are also open for all types of enthusiasts, from the most adventurous to the most lazy. Many different excursions are also offered to visitors, from a cruise on the St. Lawrence to a sport fishing trip.
Road trip to Pelee Island – Ontario
Canada’s southernmost inhabited tip is a great day or weekend getaway destination for birdwatchers and nature lovers, says Laura Mousseau, director of media relations for the organization. Nature Conservancy of Canada.
“Pelee Island is a beautiful oasis in Lake Erie, populated by friendly people, with scenic views along its shores, and whose heart contains magnificent forests, wetlands and prairies. Accessible by car ferry at all times except winter, visitors can board the ferry at Leamington or Kingsville, depending on the time of year, and drive around the island where they can visit rare habitats and superb cultural sites,” says Ms. Mousseau, who cites, among other things:
– Pelee Island Heritage Center
– Pelee Island Winery – Lighthouse Point and Fish Point
Provincial Nature Reserves – Pelee Island Bird Observatory
Traveling from Vancouver to Tofino – British Columbia
It is one of the wonderful trips to take in Canada even if you are not from Vancouver. Head to Horseshoe Bay, take the ferry to Nanaimo, then take the Pacific Rim Highway to enjoy beautiful winding coastal vistas of mountains, lakes and rolling through ancient temperate rainforest…you might spot a mother bear and her little ones playing in a stream.
Stop by Coombs Country Market for locally made souvenirs and see their famous goats grazing on the roof. Also take a walk through the heart of Cathedral Grove, a majestic forest of Douglas firs, some of which are 800 years old!
Before arriving in Tofino, Canada’s surfing capital, you’ll pass through Ucluelet, which also offers big waves and a laid-back vibe, but at a lower cost than its counterpart further down the road. Spend a few days there, then continue along the coast to the Wickaninnish Inn in Tofino, accredited by Relais & Châteaux. You can also watch whales, fish, hike and take it easy while enjoying the excellent local cuisine, or relax at the famous Ancient Cedars Spa at the Wickaninnish Inn.
A Canadian road trip on the Pacific Rim Highway – British Columbia
Between Port Alberni and Tofino is the Pacific Rim Highway. This magnificent road, 130 km long, will take you on a magical crossing of magnificent and paradisiacal lands.
You will cross ancestral forests where we find the oldest and largest trees in the country, including huge Douglas fir trees and spectacular red cedars.
Pacific Rim National Park has the most beautiful beaches in the province, on the Pacific Ocean side. The “West Coast” atmosphere that emanates from this region will certainly make you want to learn to surf.
The “Sea to Sky” Highway from Squamish to Whistler – British Columbia
“I’ve been commuting on this route every day for the past 12 years and I’m still amazed,” said Mary Zinck, media relations coordinator for Tourism Whistler.
“It’s a winding approximately two-hour ride along the Sea to Sky highway (BC Provincial Highway 99) from downtown Vancouver to Whistler, with a continuous view of the Coast Mountains and Howe Sound. This road is considered one of the most beautiful in North America. To celebrate the history of the local First Nations, the highway was designated a Cultural Route in 2010. As you drive north between the mountains and the ocean, it is imperative to stop at the various stops along along the way. Breathtaking vistas serve as backdrops for information kiosks located along the route in areas of cultural significance,” says Mary Zinck.
Along the way, stop at the scenic Shannon Falls, dine at the Watershed Grill, which boasts a large patio with views of the Squamish River, stretch your legs while taking in the views at the Tantalus Range Lookout.
A food tour in Kelowna – British Columbia
Recognized as a ski destination and located in the Okanagan Valley which is full of orchards and vineyards, Kelowna has built a solid gastronomic reputation. Do you want to experience a day of exclusive shopping and locavore discoveries? “Our self-guided workshop and farm tour showcases Kelowna’s finest artisans and producers, many of which are located off the beaten path. People love meeting and interacting with locals who are dedicated to agricultural creation,” explains Catherine Fréchette, tour guide for Tourism Kelowna.
We suggest you focus on the Southeast Kelowna area. Sample Rieslings, Chardonnays and Pinots Noirs from renowned Tantalus Vineyards. Visit the apiaries at Arlo’s Honey Farm. Also stock up on lavender bath oil and jelly at the Okanagan Lavender & Herb Farm . Come see goats and choose from 20 kinds of artisan goat cheese at Carmelis Goat Cheese Artisan Farm.
“You can walk around this great place in almost five hours. Break for lunch in the area by stopping at the Wild Apple Restaurant, the Cabana Grille, or, closer to the goat cheese factory, the Sunset Organic Bistro (the restaurant of the Summerhill Pyramid Winery), where you will eat foods that are part of the farm-to-table program in Kelowna,” concludes Ms. Fréchette.
A road trip from Calgary to Lake Louise – Alberta
Allow four days for this tour, suggests Debbie Monahan, regional manager of Montreal-based Carlson Wagonlit Travel.
“On day one, start with a city tour of Calgary that includes a visit to the famous Calgary Stampede and a visit to the site of the 1988 Olympics,” suggests Ms. Monahan.
“Then rent a vehicle, pack a picnic, and set off early in the morning for Lake Louise, stopping at the Columbia Icefield for a quick snowmobile ride. You should arrive at Lake Louise towards the end of the afternoon, which is the perfect time to take a walk around the beautiful lake with its crystal blue waters. I highly recommend staying at a hotel that has a view of the lake so you can enjoy sunsets and sunrises,” adds Debbie.
“The next day, plan to get up early to give yourself time to circumnavigate Lake Louise, before heading to Sulfur Mountain in Banff Springs. You will need to take the cable car to the top of the mountain. Bring your bathing suit: you can relax in the hot springs! The Fairmont Banff Springs hotel offers you an exciting evening complete with interesting ghost stories, if you choose this tour,” assures Ms. Monahan.
Majestic mountains, clear rivers and fields as far as the eye can see under a beautiful blue sky.
A Canadian road trip to Jasper via Edmonton, or Banff via Calgary – Alberta
Author Jamie Friesen, who wrote Zombie Night in Canada, offers various scenarios to discover the region. “You can start your trip in one of the two big cities, then go to the nearest mountain park, either Jasper National Park from Edmonton or Banff National Park from Calgary. Enter the first of these UNESCO World Heritage parks, each filled with breathtaking vistas and abundant wildlife, then take the Icefields Parkway, one of Canada’s most scenic drives, to to the other Rocky Mountain Park, to see glaciers and waterfalls. Then you just have to go to the next big city, not without driving for a few more hours through a landscape of magnificent meadows, ”says the author.
“This trip can last anywhere from two to seven days, depending on how much time you spend on it and if you want to enjoy the attractions along the way,” he notes.
A northern road trip on the Dempster Highway – Yukon and the Northwest Territories
From Dawson Creek, the Dempster Highway follows the Klondike River Valley to reach Inuvik, Northwest Territories. The 740 km of the Dempster Highway lengthens by nearly 200 km in winter, when the Mackenzie River Delta freezes over and turns into a frozen road.
We come across all kinds of northern and wild animals such as mountain goats, moose, caribou, wolves, lynx, foxes, black bears and grizzly bears.
The Dempster Highway is a must for road adventurers. In summer, the sun shines 24 hours a day and in July, some varieties of arctic flowers of splendid beauty can be seen here. The Yukon and Northwest Territories have a lot to offer anyone willing to venture off the beaten path.
A road trip from Brandon to Spruce Woods Provincial Park – Manitoba
National Geographic magazine called the road from Brandon to Spruce Woods Provincial Park one of the most beautiful roads in North America.
You can see green fields and yellow fields of wheat, magnificent sand dunes, prairie as far as the eye can see, river valleys, agricultural fields and rustic farmhouses, all in the white light of the prairies. . Something to delight professional or amateur photographers, or anyone who appreciates the beauty of Canadian nature.
Along your way, don’t forget to stop at the Canadian Fossil Discovery Center in Morden, a museum full of important and impressive archaeological finds. You can also go for a walk in the International Peace Garden , at the border of the United States (in the state of North Dakota) and Canada (in Manitoba).
A road trip on the Parks Route – Manitoba
This route, 375 km long, leads from the border village of Cartwight to the village of Roblin. Several national parks border Highway 5, the Parks Route.
You will ride through several communities where the locals will enjoy introducing you to the local culture. The activities that can be done here are numerous: museums, gourmet restaurants and historical sites, not to mention outdoor activities such as golf, fishing and hiking.
If you are a lover of nature, lakes and greenery, Manitoba’s Parks Route is a destination to discover during your next road trip on Canadian soil.
The Ultimate Canadian Road Trip: Driving Through the Prairies of Canada
Discover the heart of Canada in all its essence, in its center, by crossing the Prairies by car! From Manitoba to Alberta, or more precisely from Winnipeg to Calgary, riding the Canadian plains is a unique experience. Make sure you’re in good company, or have good music: if this trip could not be more relaxing, it’s not for those looking for thrills!
The Acadian Coastal Route – New Brunswick
The Acadian coast stretches from Cap Tourmente in the south to Dalhousie in the north, passing through Dieppe, Moncton, Shediac, Miramichi, Tracadie-Sheila, Caraquet, Bathurst and Baie des Chaleurs.
The coastal road covers 750 km of this region in eastern New Brunswick where the Francophone Acadian community is honored. The region, renowned for its soft sand and temperate sea water, offers several activities that will appeal to adventurers and families alike.
That said, Acadie’s most marvelous attraction is undoubtedly its people. Acadian culture is a heritage treasure that we should get to know better. Visit the museums, villages, art galleries and artisan workshops along your route to discover this rich and vibrant culture.
The Acadian Coast region is also well known for its gastronomy and, of course, its seafood of exceptional quality and freshness.
A Canadian Road Trip on the Miramichi River Route – New Brunswick
The Miramichi River is one of the most famous salmon rivers in the world. It can accommodate all types of anglers, from the most competitive to the neophyte. The river also lends itself well to many sports activities, in particular tubing, which will please the whole family.
The Miramichi River Route, which covers the 180 km that separate Fredericton from the city of Miramichi, will allow you to discover the natural splendors offered by the river of the same name, its fauna and flora, as well as the splendors of the vast expanses forests of central New Brunswick.
Let yourself be charmed by the vegetation and discover the secrets of Canadian salmon fishing on this exceptional road trip!
Points East Coastal Drive – Prince Edward Island
The 410 km offered by the coastal circuit of the eastern points of Prince Edward Island cover the easternmost region of the island and will charm lovers of nature and outdoor activities. outdoors.
On your way, you will come across several attractions, including several lighthouses open to the public, a historic village, a golf course and several beaches that will allow you to enjoy the sea and the fine sand of the island. You can also practice fishing in North Lake, considered to be the capital of tuna.
A road trip on the North Cape Coastal Circuit – Prince Edward Island
The North Cape Coastal Drive in Prince Edward Island showcases the westernmost part of this beautiful Island. Recognized as the capital of the Malpeque oyster, Prince Edward Island will make you discover its culinary specialties and its rich culture.
The sea is part of the daily life of its inhabitants. You will come across many attractions highlighting the Celtic origins of the people who live there. Music and folk dance performances, numerous festivals and several museums await you there.
You can also visit the restaurant at the Potato Museum, where every dish on the menu is made with potatoes…and even the desserts!
The North Cape Coastal Drive is also ideal for those who want to learn more about the culture and history of Prince Edward Island.
From Shelburne to Yarmouth – Nova Scotia
Nova Scotia, in the Canadian Maritimes, is a haven of peace. Travel the Shelburne to Yarmouth road, a journey of around 100 kilometres, and discover the local specialties that this region has in store for you.
Nova Scotia is the lobster capital of the world, and you’ll also find tasty fish and chips dishes on your way, like at Mr. Fish or the Stanley Lobster Co.
This corner of the country also offers a microbrewery, the Boxing Rock Brewing Company, as well as Dan’s Ice Cream Shoppe, which ranks among the best creameries in the Atlantic.
This one-day trip will also allow you to appreciate the coastal landscapes that this region has to offer.
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The Annapolis Valley Wine Route – Nova Scotia
This short journey of about forty kilometers is embellished with several picturesque and enchanting places. The Annapolis Valley region abounds with unique and enjoyable food and wine experiences.
You can visit the many vineyards and taste several wines, some of which come from typical grape varieties of the region. Farmers’ markets, like the Wolfville Farmer’s Market, bring together local farmers offering delicious local produce.
The Cabot Trail on Cape Breton Island – Nova Scotia
Take the Cabot Trail on Cape Breton Island. Imagine the stunning coastal terrain and views, dramatic cliffs and beautiful beaches, and renowned Maritime hospitality. Stop to observe the splendid landscapes, go horseback riding, kayaking, or even scuba diving.
Golf enthusiast? Then tee off at one of six premium golf courses on the island, pre-booking with Cabot Links, Canada’s only true links-style course set to open in the county. from Inverness in early summer (and check out these less than $100 golf courses in Quebec and Canada ).