Located about 30 miles (in Canada it’s 45 kilometers) southwest of Halifax is the village of Peggy's Cove, Nova Scotia. It is so postcard picture perfect,like walking through a Disney movie set.
The “Halifax Visitor Guide” describes Peggy’s Cove: “Peggy’s Cover is a place of great rugged beauty, hewn by the forces of nature. Dominated by its famous lighthouse, this tiny fishing community clings to land’s edge, its massive granite boulders worn smooth by the crashing waves. Its breathtaking natural beauty has made Peggy’s Cove one of the province's premier tourist destinations and one of the most photographed attraction in Canada”.
In other words: Peggy’s Cove is famous for being pretty. All I can say is watch the slideshow of this absolutely stunning place.