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Brier Island, one of Nova Scotia’s best kept secrets, is a remote, authentic Maritime retreat that captures everything that makes Nova Scotia special – spectacular coastal scenery, fresh seafood, a relaxing pace of life, and whales (lots of whales).
This website helps you plan your trip to Brier Island, with the most up-to-date info on the web. There’s a free map of Brier Island (download it here) and a paper guide (that’s right, the kind you don’t need to plug in).
About Brier Island
On Nova Scotia’s southwestern coast a thin strip of land extends into the Bay of Fundy, leading to a string of two small islands. The peninsula (called the “Digby Neck”) is followed by Long Island, and ends with Brier Island – the westernmost point of Nova Scotia.
Visitors to Brier Island will find unique basalt geology, charming lighthouses, and a diversity of birds, whales, & wildflowers. Brier Island isn’t overrun with tourists – this is real Nova Scotia, where lobster fishing is one of the main occupations and hospitality is warm and authentic.
We hope this site helps you plan your visit to Brier Island, and when you see it you fall in love with it as much as we did.
Heather & Tim