Blue Rocks is one of the most stunning fishing villages in all of Nova Scotia. It has been called ‘Little Peggy's Cove’ but without the crowds.
Blue Rocks is calm, quaint and simply gorgeous. This is a tiny community with a ton of charm. You'll find this little place along the Lighthouse Route.
This unique spot was discovered years ago by artists and photographers in search of pristine places to practice their trade. They certainly found it here.
Many fishing shacks remain along the shore which beg the attention of an artist brush or a camera.
We strolled along the rocks and couldn’t get enough of the scenery. We saw fishing boats and sailing boats offshore just waiting for their next adventure into the calm waters that surround Blue Rocks.
If you want to get on the water and discover more of this secluded paradise then consider kayaking. This area is one of the best kayaking destinations in Nova Scotia.
There are 50 plus islands not far from Blue Rocks Harbour. The areas to explore among these islands are endless. Pleasant Padding is located in Blue Rocks and offers differing types of kayaking tours in the area.
Don't forget your camera!
When you arrive in Blue Rocks go to the end of The Point Road and you’ll find the General Store.
A wonderful miniature general store housed in a old fish shack beautifully painted red.
You’ll find local crafts, books, snacks, organic tea and great coffee. Don’t forget the ice cream as well!!
Perfect on a hot summer day.
Blue Rocks is located on the Lighthouse Route along the South Shore of Nova Scotia.
It is less than a 10 minute drive from Lunenburg. Follow Route 332 to Blue Rocks Road. Turn left and drive about 5km. Turn right onto The Lane when you see the Church.
Take a left at the end of The Lane onto The Point Road. This will lead you to Blue Rocks. There is much private land in the area so be mindful of where you park.
There are many great accommodations to be found on the South Shore - Lighthouse Route in Nova Scotia. Check hotels, motels, B & Bs and Inns in Lunenburg, Mahone Bay, Chester, Bridgewater and Liverpool.
These links will also give you choices in smaller communities in the vacinity.
Nova Scotia has a wide variety of places to eat. From fine dining, family restaurants, pubs and pizza spots. There is something for everyone. I suggest you check my Where to Eat page for some tips on how to find a restaurant in your location.
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