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A Day in Digby

Created by Re Carroll on August 4, 2002 Best of IgoUgo

4 Reviews
1 Story

Digby is one of the main towns along the Bay of Fundy and is home to one of the world’s largest scallop fleets. Definitely the place for good seafood. North of Digby, the Digby Neck and Islands Scenic Drive showcases tiny villages, working lighthouses and ecotourism.

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Evangaline Trail

Created by tanlsam on November 24, 2002

1 Review

This is a good place to visit in the summer. Going from Digby to Yarmouth you visit many Acadian french communities. Visit local pottery shops, golf, and you can fish.

Digby Nova Scotia a fun village

Created by samepenny on November 16, 2000

9 Reviews
1 Story

Digby is a beautiful village on the Bay of Fundy. It's a major ferry terminal. Many people arrive and depart there, but you need to stop! The scenery is great, the food fantastic and the shopping above average.



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