Nova Scotia, Canada
Peggy's Cove 40 miles west of Halifax on the south coast, known as the idyllic fishing village, and one of several fishing villages built around the snug harbors of the south coast.
An old lighthouse standing on a massive granite ledge and fishing boats moored along weatherworn wharves are a part of the atmosphere that makes this cove well-known among artists and photographers.
Warning: Injury and Death have rewarded careless sight-seers here. The ocean and rocks are treacherous. Savour the sea from a distance.
Despite its popularity this tiny fishing village has been able keep the same relaxed atmosphere that has made it famous.
Huge granite boulders are scattered throughout the village.