Bizarre rock formations, ancient forests and a large number of lakes (over 5,400—mostly with drinking water quality) and rivers characterize the landscape. The combination of the province’s breathtaking nature and its continuous, but moderate infrastructural development is remarkable.
In particular, the Nova Scotian island of Cape Breton, which is connected to the mainland by the Canso Causeway, stands out for its high recreational value and offers both tourists and locals a great variety of leisure activities. Numerous stunning Atlantic beaches invite you to go for a swim, enjoy surfing or extensive walks. Water sports aficionados also get their money’s worth with sailing, fishing or kayaking. The extensive forests also offer hunting opportunities, whilst the beautiful landscapes are an invitation to enjoy motorcycle tours.
With a number of superb, well-maintained golf courses, Cape Breton has developed into one of North America’s most attractive and spectacular golf destinations in the interim. A round of golf on a stunning oceanfront or lakefront golf course is a unique experience.
The Cape Breton Highland National Park, in particular, offers visitors a wide range of artistic, cultural, sports and nature experiences: amongst these are extensive trekking trails, sights, such as the world-famous coastal road, the “Cabot Trail”, and unique activities, like whale or moose watching.
Especially the island connected by the Canso Causeway to the mainland Cape Breton in northern Nova Scotia is characterized by a high recreational value and offers for tourists and locals alike a variety of leisure activity. Numerous unique Atlantic beaches invite for swimming, surfing or walking. Even water sport fans come for sailing, fishing or kayaking in each case at their expense. In addition, hunting opportunities are available in large forests or motorcycle tours through beautiful landscapes.
Cape Breton is now known as one of the most beautiful and spectacular golf regions of North America and has a number of very beautiful and well maintained golf courses. The game of golf at stunning coastal and lakefront is a unique experience.
In particular, the Cape Breton Highland National Park offers visitors a wide range consisting of arts, culture, sports and nature. There are, for example, extended trekking routes, attractions such as the world-famous coastal road “Cabot Trail”, but also unique opportunities for whale and moose observation.