A Resource Directory of Nova Scotia Agricultural, Aquacultural and Fisheries
Destinations and Activities, 2011. This directory is designed
to serve as a resource guide for visitor information centres
across the province of Nova Scotia. It will help staff to
assist visitors in choosing tourism destinations in relation
to our agriculture, aquaculture and fisheries sectors.
Agricultural and Fisheries Education
Agricultural Exhibitions & County Fairs
Agricultural and Fisheries Festivals
Farm and Fishery Tours and Activities
In each of these product or service areas, information is arranged by the Scenic Travelways promoted by the Nova
Scotia Department of Tourism.
Fundy Shore and Annapolis Valley - encompassing Digby, Annapolis, Kings, Hants, Colchester and Cumberland Counties, Evangeline Trail and Glooscap
Northumberland Shore - encompassing Cumberland, Colchester, Pictou and Antigonish Counties, Sunrise Trail
Cape Breton Island - (Ceilidh Trail, Cabot Trail, Marconi Trail, Fleur-de-lis Trail, Bras d'Or Lakes Scenic Drive) encompassing Inverness,
Victoria, Cape Breton and Richmond Counties
Eastern Shore - encompassing Guysborough and Halifax (Halifax Regional Municipality) Counties, Marine Drive
Halifax Metro - encompassing the cities of Halifax and Dartmouth as
well as the areas of Bedford, Lower Sackville, Fall River, Halifax International Airport, Enfield
South Shore/Yarmouth and Acadian Shores - encompassing Lunenburg, Queens, Shelburne, Yarmouth and Digby Counties, Lighthouse Route
The Pick of the Crop: A Sampling of Nova Scotia's Agri-Tourism Experiences
Get in touch with simple goodness again... Visit Nova Scotia's agri-tourism destinations.
Beyond its wave-tossed seascoasts and scenic landscapes
lies the beating heart of this beautiful province. Agriculture,
farming, food and wine are vital parts of Nova Scotia's
history, its present and its future; agri-tourism adventures
offer hands-on invitations to old worlds and new ways. Come
discover our natural richness - and share the experience.
Families, couples, groups and individuals can enjoy a variety
of countryside experiences across the province, including:
on-farm accomodations, farm attractions and tours; u-picks,
on-farm markets and farmers' markets; wineries and festivals.
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