Digby is a small town of about 2,150 residents at the edge of the Annapolis Basin with the Bay of Fundy, that ice-cold deep water, just beyond. Its main industries are fishing and tourism. The fishing fleet brings in those renowned scallops that can be found around the world. In Digby, of course, they are found on nearly every restaurant menu.
Don't forget the fantastic lobster. They also come out of this cold Bay of Fundy water.
I also went into the Farmers' Market, small but pleasant and in the centre of town near the waterfront.
As I was heading back to the centre of town along the waterfront I passed a couple of B&Bs or Pensions. Both face the water. Neither had a vacancy.
One of the big weekends during the summer is the Digby Scallop Days festival. Check for that and the boat schedule on the internet. Just type in Digby, Nova Scotia and you should find it all.
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