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Road Trips in Nova Scotia

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Road Trips in Nova Scotia

Road trips make ideal getaways for vacationers looking to break away from their usual holiday routine. Enjoying roadside picnics, discovering hidden gems, and exploring unexpected treasures along the way are highlights of a perfect road trip. Nova Scotia's diverse landscapes, historic sites, and cultural hotspots make this province a fantastic-year round destination.

Road Trips in Nova Scotia: Top Accommodation

House Huntington
Sept 14 - Sept 21
-20%
$344
$275 per night
House ∙ 8 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms

Wonderful Vacation Home in Huntington

Huntington, Cape Breton Regional Municipality, Nova Scotia
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Cottage Terence Bay
Jun 22 - Jun 29
-4%
$608
$586 per night
Cottage ∙ 9 guests ∙ 5 bedrooms

Cottage in Terence Bay with Patio + Ocean View

4.6
Excellent (9 ratings)
Terence Bay, Halifax Regional Municipality, Nova Scotia
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Cottage Lunenburg
Jul 13 - Jul 20
$307 per night
Cottage ∙ 4 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms

Lovely Cottage in Lunenburg

Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, Canada
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Most Scenic Road Trips in Nova Scotia

Most Scenic Road Trips in Nova Scotia

Known as Canada's Ocean Playground, Nova Scotia boasts scenic coastal drives with sweeping views of the ocean and a fresh sea breeze. This beautiful province also features trails that pass through old-growth forests, high mountaintops, and pastoral fields, offering a breadth of scenery, activities, and communities to explore. Here are some of the most scenic road trip ideas for driving through Nova Scotia.

  • 1. The Cabot Trail

    This trail is ideal for photographers as it offers some of the most spectacular views in Nova Scotia. The trail passes through Cape Breton Highlands National Park, where vacationers can enjoy Nova Scotia's flora and fauna. This trail offers you plenty of activities, including exploring the park, hiking, and whale watching at Pleasant Bay. The trail is dotted with villages like the famous Joe Scarecrow Village at Cap LeMoine and beaches around Ingonish.

  • 2. Lighthouse Route

    This route lies along Nova Scotia south shore between Halifax and Yarmouth, and it boasts more than 20 lighthouses, including the famous tower in Peggy's Cove. The trail also passes through plenty of seaside towns, including Lunenburg and Chester, which feature waterfront restaurants and great galleries. As its name suggests, this route passes through plenty of sandy beaches, beautiful islands, sea caves as well as Ovens Park along the way.

  • 3. Sunrise trail

    This trail makes for an ideal summer road trip as it passes across the Nova Scotia's North shore. The route begins at Amherst and ends at Canso Causeway, with plenty of pristine beaches along the way. Farmlands along this trail offer luscious views of emerald fields that meet the blue horizon of the Northumberland Straits. Explore the seaside towns such as Pictou, Auld's Cove, and Tatamagouche, which host fine restaurants, art galleries, and museums. The trail is also home to the Wallace Bay National Wildlife Area, a vast bird sanctuary where visitors enjoy birdwatching waterfowls and bald eagles.

  • 4. Marine Drive

    The trail starts from Mulgrave, and it lies on Nova Scotia's Eastern Shore. The coastline drive gives you a view of the ocean. Stop at Musquodoboit Harbor to encounter Nova Scotia's incredible beaches. The route also passes Taylor Head Provincial Park and Clam Harbor beach as well as fishing communities and challenging hiking trails.

  • 5. Seafood Road Trip

    This route leads its users to the best seafood festivals in Nova Scotia, with over 200 unforgettable seafood dishes to try along the way! Memory Lane Heritage Village hosts the Eastern Shore Cold Waters Seafood Festival during June. Shelbourne county lobster festivals also await you during your road trip along this route. Other seafood adventures include the Chowder Trail and Gulliver's Cove.

Best Places to Stay for Road Trips in Nova Scotia

Cottage Chester
Sept 14 - Sept 21
$219 per night
Cottage ∙ 4 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms

Cottage in Chester + Beautiful View

5.0
Outstanding (9 ratings)
Chester, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia
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House Wedgeport
Jun 10 - Jun 17
-8%
$170
$157 per night
House ∙ 8 guests ∙ 5 bedrooms

Vacation Home in Wedgeport with Patio

5.0
Outstanding (45 ratings)
Wedgeport, Argyle, Nova Scotia
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House Barrington
May 12 - May 19
$271 per night
House ∙ 6 guests ∙ 3 bedrooms

Vacation Home in Barrington with Yard & Patio

4.8
Outstanding (10 ratings)
Barrington, Shelburne County, Nova Scotia
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Information about Road Trips in Nova Scotia

📏 Average home size 155 m²
😎 Least busy month June
🛏️ Popular home types House rental and Cottage
🌡️ Hottest months July and August
❄️ Coldest months February and January

Frequently Asked Questions

How much do vacation rental cost per night for Road Trips in Nova Scotia?

On average, vacation rental prices in Nova Scotia are between $141 to $480 per night.

Is it easy to find family or group accommodations for a Road Trips in Nova Scotia?

On average, the size for vacation rental is 154 m² and can fit 6 on average which is great for medium-sized groups and families.

What are the most popular accommodations for Road Trips in Nova Scotia?

Many families choose House rental or Cottage to book as a vacation rental for their Road Trips in Nova Scotia.

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