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Nova Scotia Cottage Rentals and Vacation Home  Rentals

If you ever wanted to go to Scotland but found the cost keeps you out from going, consider the province of Nova Scotia instead. Here you will find so much to do, from festivals to museum browsing that you will want to plan your vacation carefully. The region offers festivals, music shows, cultural games (a large Scottish-Canadian population makes for great kilt watching and wonderful Highland Games events). Many of the attractions here are scenic, like the Cape Breton Highlands. 
You may prefer the historical Fortress Louisburg built between 1720 and 1740 by the French and partially reconstructed in the 1960s, with some of the original stonework for use as a living history museum. Urban thrill seekers will enjoy Halifax and the many attractions there, like the Pier 21 museum, Citadel Hill, and the Public Gardens. The downtown area offers many historical attractions along side a harbor walk that is three km long along the waterfront. Here you can find a range of street vendors, entertainers, and both the Casino Nova Scotia, and the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic.
Another attraction is the Annapolis Valley with its world famous apple orchards, beautiful scenery, and a number of great festivals, like the Apple Blossom Festival, the Steer B-B-Que, the Heart of the Valley Festival, Mud Creek Days, and the Annapolis Valley Exhibition. While you are here you can go for a walk on the ocean floor during low tide or enjoy fine dining at a number of great eateries. 

To make the most of this unique region for go to the resort hotel and opt for vacation rentals instead. If you are not sure where to look then is the place for you to begin with and end your quest, as you will find an exceptional range of vacation properties to choose from on this modern site.

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