"Just as Thomas answered they saw the exit sign for the Peggy’s Cove Lighthouse. Dr. Calabresi told them to exit at Peggy’s Point Road."

Peggy's Cove, also known as Peggy's Point, is a small idyllic fishing village surrounding a narrow ocean inlet that provides a safe haven for boats during the Atlantic's rough weather. Peggy’s Cove is populated by brightly painted buildings, weathered fishing piers and a fleet of fishing boats. The lighthouse, built on the large smooth wave-washed granite rocks, is the crowning feature of this beautiful Atlantic basin. While undoubtedly the most well-known lighthouse in Canada and one of the most photographed lighthouses in the world, the history of the light at Peggy's Cove is little known.


Peggy's Cove (500 * 375)
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