Canada Travel Guide
Canada Travel Guide - Nova Scotia
Canada Travel Guide - Nova Scotia

Annapolis River

Idyllically situated between mountain and sea, Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia offers a stunning waterfront shopping area, an enviable selection of restaurants and world class accommodations plus a streetscape that has been designated a National Historic District. Important heritage sites, an exciting arts community and theatre, together with wonderful recreational opportunities all combine to make Annapolis Royal the ideal holiday destination!

Annapolis Royal (2006 Population 444) is a Canadian town located in the western part of Annapolis County, Nova Scotia. Known as Port-Royal until 1710, it is one of the the oldest continuous European settlements in North America. A beautiful community nestled in the Annapolis Valley, and originally inhabited by a strong Mi'kmaq community, the area became home in 1605 to some of North America's earliest European settlers. With an amazing history and an exciting present day, Annapolis Royal is a pleasure to behold for the visitor, a dynamic community with growing opportunity for business investment, and a home second to none for its residents.

The community is situated at the western end of the fertile Annapolis Valley, nestled between the North and South mountains which define the valley. The Bay of Fundy is just over the North Mountain, 10 kilometers out of town, and Annapolis Basin forms the waterfront for this historic town on the southern bank of the Annapolis River at the mouth of Allains Creek. Directly opposite Annapolis Royal on the northern bank of the river is the community of Granville Ferry.

Annapolis Royal is located near the western end of the Annapolis Valley in Nova Scotia. If you’re coming to Annapolis Royal from Halifax, take Highway 101. Travel 200 km to exit 22. From the exit, turn right and go another 8 km on Highway 8 until you are in Annapolis Royal. When you reach the town boundary, Highway 8 becomes St. George Street, which runs straight through the town.

 

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