Louisbourg is a small town in Nova Scotia, Canada, named in honor of the French king Louis XIV. Its harbour dates back to the 16th century. Take a walk to see the 18th century fortress, the Kennington cove Beach or a picturesque lighthouse and admire the surrounding nature. You can also visit the Sydney and Louisbourg Railway Museum.
Lunenburg is a Canadian port town in Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. Historically the town was involved in several wars, including the American Revolution. Today the town is a fishery port and has several small shipyards that have managed to preserve the skills of the sailing era. Did you know that the replica of the ‘Bounty’ was built here? Visit the historic city centre on foot or by horse and carriage, and enjoy a leisurely hike in the grassy hills of the surrounding countryside.