Peggy’s Cove light is said to be one of the most photographed lighthouses in the world.
The first lighthouse at this location was built in 1868 and was a wooden building. It was 26ft (7.92m) high with a light standing 65ft (19.81m) above water level.
See all the lighthouses on the South Shore of Nova Scotia.
Getting to Peggys Cove Lighthouse
- Body of water: St. Margaret’s Bay
- Scenic route: Lighthouse Route
- Address: Peggy’s Point Lighthouse, 185 Peggy’s Point Road, Peggys Cove, Nova Scotia
How to Find Peggy’s Cove Lighthouse: To find the Peggys Cove Lighthouse click the Directions link on the following map. Next, you’ll click on your current location and the quickest route will be mapped out for you.
Check out our guide to Nova Scotia lighthouses.
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