The famous lighthouse, the rocks, and the dangerous sea are what draw many visitors to this shore. Dramatic masses of granite emerge along the shoreline to roll against the sea, sending waves crashing into the sky above.
A tiny cleft in the rocky shore hides the secret opening to the cove ~ it seems scarcely large enough to see, yet alone guide a fishing boat through. Yet this fragile cove has sheltered it's rugged fishers for 200 years, and continues to provide a home and sanctuary for those who seek their bounty upon the waters of Nova Scotia.
The raw power of the ocean, a fresh Atlantic breeze, and the quiet village lure visitors back time and time again.