• Margaree Harbour

    Aside from pleasant pastimes like hillside hiking and saltwater swimming (Whale Cove and Chimney Corner are the... Read More
  • St. Ann's Bay and Around

    Continuing down the Cabot Trail from Ingonish, you’ll skirt St. Ann’s Bay where communities are of the blink-and-you’ll-miss-it... Read More
  • Sydney

    If you come directly to Cape Breton via plane, ferry, or cruise ship, Sydney is where you’ll land. If you’re seeking... Read More
  • Cape North

    This is where explorer Giovanni Caboto (aka John Cabot) made land in 1497. Not only does Cape North still feel... Read More
  • Baddeck

    Baddeck has enough down-to-earth amenities (like a grocery store) to make it a service center, and enough charm... Read More
  • Ingonish

    The western gateway to the Cabot Trail, Ingonish is one of the leading vacation destinations on Cape Breton, largely... Read More
  • Louisbourg

    Though best known as the home of the largest historical reconstruction in North America, Louisbourg is also an... Read More
  • Judique

    Like so many Cape Breton communities, Judique is only a little clutch of buildings with Highway 19 running straight... Read More
  • Mabou

    The village of Mabou is very Scottish (Gaelic-language signs attest to it), and the residents’ respect for tradition... Read More
  • Cheticamp

    In Chéticamp, an Acadian enclave for more than 200 years, Francophone culture and traditions are still very much... Read More
  • Pleasant Bay

    Pleasant Bay is, well, pleasant, and because it’s about halfway around the Cabot Trail, it’s a convenient place... Read More
  • Arichat

    Arichat is the principal village on Isle Madame: the largest island in a 44-square-km (17-square-mile) archipelago... Read More