3) Mahone Bay, Nova Scotia
Want to get a feel for what Canada was like in the past? If so, Mahone Bay should be on your bucket list. Located on the body of water of the same name, Mahone Bay is most famous for its three 19th-20th century churches. These heritage churches sit on the water’s edge, casting their reflection into the calm waters of the harbor, hence becoming an iconic site of Nova Scotia. They are some of the most photographed churches in Canada! Mahone Bay was once known for its shipbuilding industry, which is proudly celebrated in local museums. Nowadays, the town is known as an artists’ haven, producing high-quality, hand-made items like paintings, pottery, and rugs. Exceptional Bed & Breakfasts and fine-dining restaurants close to the waterfront draw visitors who want to vacation in style. Mahone Bay is also an excellent place to take in the panoramic scenery with in numerous hiking trails.
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