Once a shipbuilding centre, this gateway to The Fundy Trail is famous for its red cliffs, echo caves and birdwatching activities.
This is a lovely seaside community whose daily rhythms are guided by the rising and falling of the World’s Highest Tides. At high water, the colourful fishing boats bob in the water in the village harbour. Once the tide recedes, those same boats sit in the mud on the ocean floor!
The harbour is tremendously photogenic. It’s encircled by two covered bridges, a lighthouse and public gardens.