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The Annapolis Valley…there’s so much to see and do!

Located along Nova Scotia’s Bay of Fundy, the Annapolis Valley spans from Digby to Windsor and boasts some of the best soils and climatic conditions in eastern Canada. The region is recognized as the 3rd most important fruit growing area in Canada, and is noted for its high tides, orchards and vineyards.

The area is also rich in history. Some 400 years ago, early settlers established their forts, farms and fishing villages along the coast and in the Annapolis Valley.

Nova Scotia is gaining recognition in Canada and around the world for high quality wines. Because the success of a vineyard is closely linked to location, and because climate plays such an important role in grape production, the Annapolis Valley is a perfect location.

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Fundy Tides

The Bay of Fundy has the highest tides in the world. One hundred billion tonnes of sea water flow in and out of it twice daily – more water than the combined flow of all the world’s fresh water rivers.

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Valley Wineries

Nova Scotia is gaining recognition around the world for high quality wines. Because the success of a vineyard is closely linked to location and climate, the Annapolis Valley is a perfect location.

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Blue Beach Fossils

Blue Beach in Avonport is an ancient fossil shoreline that is acclaimed by scientists worldwide. For the past decade, there have been countless discoveries of rare and stunning fossils.

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Whale Watching

Each year a variety of whales, porpoises, seabirds and dolphins migrate back to the waters off Nova Scotia, and thousands of people head out on the water to witness it first hand.