PLAN YOUR VISIT
Explore our towns, places to stay and a wealth of information about travelling in the Digby Area. You can plan your visit to the area and learn what makes each part of the Digby Area so unique.
OUR COMMUNITIES
BEAR RIVER

This stunning village is situated at the head of the tidewaters of the aptly named, Bear River. The river is the divider between the Annapolis and Digby Counties.

Town of DIGBY

Known for their world famous scallops, the town of Digby also hosts the largest motorcycle rally in Atlantic Canada every Labour Day and so much more.

DigBY NECK & ISLANDS

Naturally spectacular with jaw-dropping whale watching, stunning hiking trails, sandy beaches and more. Come see Canada’s Natural Aquarium for yourself.

Jordantown
– Acaciaville –
Conway

History and community come together to tell a story of perseverance. Learn more about the JACBA and the Black communities of Digby County.

SMITH’s COVE

Breathtaking scenery, relaxing by the beach and exploring the trails are just some of what Smith’s Cove has to offer.

WEYMOUTH

Learn about our dynamic history while your stroll on the Storybrook trail and learn about Electric City all in beautiful Weymouth.

OUR AREA
Located within the South-West Nova UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, right along the Bay of Fundy, the Digby area has something for everyone. With world-class whale watching, world renowned seafood, local vineyards, outdoor adventures, shopping and a range of one-of-a-kind tours throughout the area, we believe you’ll be hooked!
What is a Biosphere?

UNESCO biosphere reserves (BR) are places where people share a way of living with nature that builds a future we’re proud of. We model solutions for a sustainable future, celebrate cultural and biological diversity, and empower people to engage with one another and with nature in healthier ways.

UNESCO biosphere reserves inspire a positive future by connecting people and nature today.¹

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ACCOMMODATIONS
Everyone has their own style of vacation and Digby has a style for you! From quaint Bed and Breakfasts, to hotels, resorts, motels, inns, cottages, backpackers hostels and campsites: whatever you want for your vacation can be found in Digby County.
How to get here & Transportation

By sea:

From Saint John to Digby (Fundy Rose Ferry), take the Shore Road to the first stop sign. Turn left & follow the road into downtown Digby. If travelling from Bar Harbour, Maine and landing in Yarmouth (The Cat Ferry), take scenic route #1 to exit #26 and then route #303 into Digby. See Links below for more details.

The Fundy Rose Ferry – Nova Scotia – New Brunswick Ferry
The Cat Ferry – Nova Scotia – Maine U.S.A

Bus Service:

Kings Transit offers year-round transit bus services from Weymouth to Windsor (does not operate on Sundays and Holidays). For schedule and pricing visit Kings Transit’s website.

Taxis:

Admiral’s Taxi: (902) 245-4542
Basin Taxi: (902) 245-4408
Digby Cab: (902) 245-6162

By land:

From routes #101 and #1, take exit #26 and follow route #303 all the way to Digby approx 2.5 miles into Digby.

Shuttle Services:

Mariner Shuttle (902) 586-8302 –  Daily service to and from Halifax, as well as to and from Yarmouth –

Kathleen’s Shuttle and Tours (902) 247-0141 – Service to and from Halifax, or wherever else you need to go –

Cloud Nine Shuttle Service (877) 201-6809 – Daily service between Yarmouth and Halifax, alternatively following the Annapolis Valley or the South Shore –

Car Rental:

Enterprise Rent-A-Car
398 HWY 303 CONWAY
DIGBY, NS B0V1A0
Tel.: (902) 245-5936

For more information on the UNESCO SouthWest Nova Biosphere reserve, area weather, tide times and more, please visit our more information page.