Pancakes and Postcards will be served at the Summer Lighthouse Post Office located on scenic rocky Peggy’s Cove during the three day “Lights Along the Shore” Lighthouse Festival this weekend, Sept. 14 to Sunday, Sept. 16, 2007.
Visitors will explore and learn about the seafaring heritage and history of the 17 Lighthouses along the Lighthouse Route and Evangeline Trail located in Southwest Nova Scotia. Highlights of the festival include a fisherman breakfast at Peggy’s Cove Light, a pancake breakfast at Cape Forchu Light, a lobster boil, chowder luncheons, and a moonlight tour.
For more information about the Lighthouse Festival, please visit Destination Southwest Nova Scotia. The Cat Ferry, from Portland, Maine to Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, is the fastest way to travel to Canada’s Ocean Playground! A one way fare costs $89.
Who knows, you might see Debbie Dolphin in the Bay of Fundy surfing the world’s highest tidal rip during your Lighthouse trip along the Evangeline Trail!
For more information about Peggy’s Cove Light and the Lighthouse Route, please click on the photo of this post.
For Map Directions, please visit the Google Map of Peggy’s Cove Lighthouse
Please note, the Lighthouse Festival highlights only 17 Lighthouses of the 49 Lighthouses along the Lighthouse Route and 23 Lighthouses along the Evangeline Trail.
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