Iconic Peggy’s cove and the lighthouse are a must when you visit the east coast. The postcard perfect fishing village has not changed at all ever!!! Charming and Disney couldn’t hold a candle to the natural beauty.
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Went with a few friends to check out the lighthouse while visiting in nearby Halifax. It was a nice view. I enjoyed reading the plaques about the geology and how the rocks on the point were formed. We went in the afternoon so the lighting...More
There was a really easy path out to the lighthouse. The views and surrounding area was lovely. There is ample free parking and there is a restaurant as well. Driving up to the lighthouse we took a load of photos of this picturesque village.
The area around this lighthouse is of a small village of restaurants and shops with only one small road that leads in and then out. Definitely a tourist stop on the cruise excursion lists, and yet the village remains quaint like. We were not allowed...More
The leaves were just beginning to turn and air was crisp.... we do not get to see many lighthouses in Texas, so was good to see the area...
Very Beautiful Area, and very Friendly People. The food at the Restaurant There by the Lighthouse was Outstanding. Next time we visit may well be by car in order to spend more time there. I Highly Recommend anyone traveling the Halifax, NS, STOP in Peggy’s...More
I have been to Peggy's Cove twice and both times the weather and sights were picture-perfect. If you are going to Halifax, don't skip this short drive with a beautiful view along the way. There are also restaurants and picnic areas selling lobster rolls everywhere....More
A picture postcard seaside village steeped in Atlantic sea air. The lighthouse is the most photographed one in the world. The walk to see it is very rocky, so be careful.