Yarmouth and Digby

Yarmouth and Digby are the two western most counties of Nova Scotia. Traditional Anglo-Scottish and Acadian French culture intermingles amongst the villages, harbours, beaches and lighthouses, a remnant of the colonial past. Away from the shore, there are significant inland wilderness areas, including over 365 lakes and several major rivers.

Cities

Other destinations

Understand

Yarmouth and Digby, located at the western end of Nova Scotia, offers travellers a variety of coastal and backwoods experiences.

Get in

By Car

Yarmouth to Halifax

Yarmouth to Halifax

Scenic drive from Shelburne (Nova Scotia) through Kemptville to Carleton, near Yarmouth

By Bus

By Ferry

A ferry was reinstated between Yarmouth and Portland, Maine in 2014. There is no longer a ferry to Bar Harbor. A ferry runs between Saint John and Digby.

By Air

See

Do

Beaches and Parks

Fishing Excursions

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