Featured Post by Magellan's Travel Contributor & Travel Photojournalist, Ron Stern a.k.a. The Global Gumshoe.
Scottish immigrants were among the first to settle in the Northumberland Coast of Nova Scotia. Today, the shores of Northumberland have retained much of their heritage, reflected in the lives and small businesses of its residents. From Halifax to Pugwash, you will find sandy beaches, historical sites, farms and vineyards, fresh cuisine, and genuine hospitality.
Here is a short list of things to see and do: Continue reading