Road Tripping – Coastal Shores of Cape Breton

As far as autumn getaways are concerned, not many locations in North America beats the remote, unspoiled beauty of Cape Breton. World famous for its scenic coastal drive where one can spend days navigating beautifully winding roads, Cape Breton provides unparalleled charm and warmth.

Drive the Coastal Shores of Cape Breton this Autumn

As the most Eastern part of Canada’s Nova Scotia, Cape Breton is also blessed with spectacular rocky terrains, valleys, lakes, rivers, forests and breathtaking shores. To savor your time in Cape Breton, we recommend a picnic on the shores of Bras d’Or Lake followed by a walk along its beach to witness a sunset like no other.

Drive the Coastal Shores of Cape Breton this Autumn

For those who like adventure, Cape Breton offers plenty of opportunities to enjoy activities such as fishing, hiking, mountain biking, scuba diving or even golfing. The evening is best spent in a cozy B&B or camping in the many sites.

Cape Breton, Nova Scotia Whales

If outdoor activities are not for you, spend your days visiting the many art galleries, museums and shops. Then complete the day at one of the many charismatic fine dining restaurantsoverlooking the majestic Atlantic Ocean as you enjoy a satisfying lobster dinner.

Cape Breton, Nova Scotia Moose

If you feel like taking a scenic coastal drive along Cape Breton, then pack your bags now. There is no better time to drive these coastal winding roads than during the months of September and October. To make it even more fun, coincide your trip with the annual Celtic Colors Festival, a week long music festival held annually in October.

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Roxanne Genier

Luxury Brand Management Consultant at Roxy Genier
Roxanne or Roxy, founder of Luxe In A City, was nominated as one of the Top 5 Luxury Travel Bloggers by the readers of USA Today. Aside from overseeing this luxury travel blog, she spends her time teaching how to perfect the feeling of luxury to authentic niche brands while traveling the world with her family.
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