What to see and do in Nova Scotia. Suggestions for festivals, events, family entertainment,  kayaking, Sailing, golfing and hiking.
What to see and do in Nova Scotia.  Suggestions for activities, adventures, beaches, lighthouses, restaurants and museums.

Sandy Lane
Vacation Rentals
135 Water St
Shelburne, Nova Scotia
B0T 1W0 Canada

tel: 1 902 875 2729
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Guest Testimonials

 Really Nice little house near from a little harbor the view was amazing ! we were 4 adults with 2 babys and we had plenty of space. Moose Harbour View is well equipped and the location was perfect near from Liverpool , quiet, near from a lot of beaches !

Quebec, Canada, 2019 
A wet weekend but enjoyed the quiet and the nice view at the cottage. The girls love the bunny, the deer, and the ducks. Thanks!
Norm, Elaine, Liz, Amanda and Maureitus
Stony Plain, AB, 2009
 This is a lovely piece of land and a great cottage with everything that you need. You can enjoy kayaking and paddle right to a lovely, secluded beach. Enjoy coffee on the deck with beautiful views. The cottage has everything you could need and is quite modern. Great kitchen for cooking and all the bedrooms were super comfortable. We saw rabbits and deer, and tons of birds. Ragged Island Retreat is a very private get away -- and you will not hear a car or other people from the cottage.
 Halifax, Canada, 2021
I came to Nova Scotia to renew my soul. I couldn't have found a better place! The cottage was perfectly peaceful. What a beautiful place you have built.
D. Palaska
Houston, TX, 2010


Discover Nova Scotia's South Shore and find the perfect spot for your next family vacation.  From bird watching adventures to beach combing; hiking to biking; sailing to kayaking; there are lots of attractions, activities and things to see and do in Nova Scotia.  Attend one of the many colourful festivals and events. Spend an afternoon soaking up the sun on one of our deserted white sandy beaches. Take in a round of golf.  Watch as bald eagles glide gracefully overhead. Visiti our museums and discover the rich heritage of our maritime history.  Explore one of the many lighthouses that dot our shoreline. Don't forget your camera, there are thousands of pictures to be taken!  Search the listings below for more information on activities and attractions along Nova Scotia's South Shore.

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Lockeport Sea Derby Festival

A must for all Sport Fishing Enthusiasts.

Beach Meadows Beach

Spectacular Shoreline

Spend the day at this delightful beach.

Rissers Beach

A bustling beach with lots of activity

We spent a lovely day at Rissers Beach, playing in the water, walking along the boardwalk and watching the world go by.

Ross-Thomson House

Shop in 18th Century Style!

Travel back to the 1780s and visit Nova Scotia's only original 18th-century store.

South Shore Regional Hospital

Bridgewater Hospital

South Shore Regional is a primary and secondary care hospital and designated District Trauma Centre with 80 Medical, Surgical, Intensive Care, Obstetrics, Pediatric and Mental Health inpatient beds.

Yarmouth Regional Hospital

Yarmouth Regional Hopsital in Yarmouth Nova Scotia


A Nova Scotia Icon

The familiar red buildings of Lunenburg's waterfront are for many an iconic image of Nova Scotia. Home port for the replica Bluenose II, Lunenburg is a popular tourist destination.

Roseway Hospital

Roseway Hospital in Shelburne, Nova Scotia Roseway is a community hospital that provides primary care, inpatient, ambulatory and emergency care services.

Queens General Hospital

Queens General Hospital in Liverpool Nova Scotia Queens General is an acute care community hospital with a 22-bed combined Medical and Surgical Unit and a Day Surgery Unit.

Blanche Beach

A Wild and Undiscovered Beach

At the end of a peninsular, this beach remains a wild and undiscovered haven for nature lovers.


Home of the Privateers

The town of Liverpool is located on the Mersey River on Nova Scotia's South Shore.

Whirligig & Weathervane Festival

September 17 - 18, 2022

The Annual Whirligig Festival is held on Shelburne's Historic Dock Street. Explore and be amused by the vast array of whirligigs and weather vanes on display. Prizes will be awarded in different categories. Fun for young and old alike!

Charlotte Lane Cafe

Fine Dining in Shelburne

Chef Roland serves up delectable dishes in his award winning restaurant.

Shelburne Harbour Yacht Club

Sailing in Shelburne

Founded in 1903, the Shelburne Harbour Yacht Club has been serving the Shelburne community for over 100 years.

The Beandock Cafe

What would we do without our Local Coffee Shop?

My morning ritual starts with a stop at the Beandock for a large "Jamaica me crazy" coffee ... Delicious!

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