The sleepy town of Sydney is a quaint place to stroll around or have lunch or coffee in one of the tasty Mom and Pop restaurants. This is a gateway to experience Cape Breton with highlights such as the Eskasoni Mi'kmaq village, Louisbourg fortress, Coal Mining and traditional Scottish Highland village.
Canada & New England
Land of lobster, and home of the beautiful Acadia National Park, Bar Harbor is one of Maine's loveliest small towns. Enjoy the nature, old fashioned stores and tuck into a slice of Blueberry Pie to complete your day.
“New Scotland” still lives in influence of the original, with kilts, bagpipes and Gaelic speakers all around the area. Halifax’s seafaring heritage, and present fishing industry, as well as the picturesque iconic towns nearby make this a nautical but nice destination.
The warmth of the locals is as inviting as the fresh seafood available in almost every eatery in Charlottetown. Summer food and music festivals amuse in the city, while the PEI landscap e of the red soil outside it is a worthy trip.
The fairytale European beauty of the Vieux Ville entrances, transporting visitors back two centuries to it’s French and English roots as you meander through it’s winding cobbled streets full or French cafes, cuisine and art, while you can savor its social squares, well-preserved churches, and the magical chateau skyline.