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
toll-free: 1 800 646 1577
[email protected]
www.sandylanevacations.com


Guest Testimonials

We had a wonderful time at our cottage. The ocean view with seals and sea birds was exceptional. The cottage was clean and comfortable. We enjoyed our stay very much. Thank you Helen and John for giving us a very relaxing vacation.
A. G. Rossetto
Lancaster, NH, 2007
We have had a wonderful holiday.  The view across the water to Lockeport was enhance by the every changing weather and tides.  We loved the way we moved in and it felt like home. We enjoyed the wonderful meals we made in this fantastic kitchen. It truely lived up to the photos from the website.
B. Kovach
Burlington, ON, 2009
I had so much fun at our cottage! I loved going down to the fishing wharf and the big rocks. We went to  Carter's Beach and found many sand dollars. Summerville Beach was an awesome swimming area. I would come back anytime!
L. Pastyr
Age 14, 2008
I have to say that the pictures of the house on the website did not tell the full story. My angel and I were here for a private weekend and simply said, the beach house was spectacular! It completely blew away our expectations! The weather was spotty, but sunny when we needed it to be. And, along with romantic walks on the beach searching for shells, we had plenty of places to drive and explore. We've traveled the world over and truely, this has been one of the most wonderful places to stay. We'll be back for sure.
P. and A. Mathews
Hong Kong, 2007

Activities

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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Scotia Lunch

A local favourite

Whether you’re in the mood for seafood, pizza, or a big, juicy burger and fries, you’ll be able to find all your favourites at the Scotia Lunch.

Luong's Chinese Restaurant

A Bit of the Orient

With a menu of Canadian and Chinese, Luong's Restaurant satisfies our urge for a taste of Asia.

Cape Negro Island Lighthouse

A Lonely Survivor

Where once a fish plant and community thrived, now only the lighthouse remains.

Shelburne Farmers Market

Sundays - 12 pm - 3 pm

Vendors offer everything from fresh fruit and vegetables, smoked fish, organic meats, baked goods, jams, jellies, chutneys and honey and fresh flowers.

Shelburne Pumpkin Festival

A personal favourite.

Sandy Point Community Breakfast

First and third Saturdays of the month.

What better way to start your weekend than with a hot breakfast overlooking the Sandy Point Lighthouse in Shelburne harbour?

Fall Town Wide Yard & Sidewalk Sale

Shelburne's Annual town wide yard sale is a popular annual event. With possible treasures on every street, its hard to decide where to start first.

Liverpool International Theatre Festival

The Liverpool International Theatre Festival (LITF) is an amateur theatre competition hosted every two years in the town of Liverpool, Nova Scotia, at the historic Astor Theatre.

Port Joli Peninsular

Sheltered Ocean Inlet with Sandy Beaches

The Port Joli coastal region features a shallow and sheltered ocean inlet, sandy beaches, mudflats, small islands and dunes.

Shelburne County Museum

Shelburne County Museum

The Dory Shop Museum

Dedicated to Dories

Step into this authentic harbour-side dory factory to discover the historic Shelburne Dory and the world of the Grand Banks fishery as it existed from 1880 to 1971.

Port Medway

Picturesque Fishing Village

There is something for everyone in this vibrant village. An active fishing wharf, historic Lighthouse Park and a Literary Festival are just some of this charming oceanfront village's attractions.

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