Cape Sable Island, Nova Scotia, Nova Scotia
Cape Sable Island is the birthplace of the world renowned Cape Islander, a brightly colored fishing boat, and for more information on these fascinating boats, visit the Seaside Heritage Centre. Chat to local residents, go to one of the fish wharves and speak to the local fisherman, learn the history of the area, enjoy incredible birding opportunities, because the island is one of the best birding sites in Nova Scotia and is a migratory route for shorebirds and other rare species. Cape Sable Island has long white sandy beaches and is a small Canadian Island located at the southernmost point of the Nova Scotia peninsula. Here fresh seafood including lobster will delight, bring your kayak and paddle the bays, walk the beaches, watch seals sunning themselves there are so many sites to see, when visiting here.