Peggy’s Cove Visitor Map
Peggy’s Cove is a historic Nova Scotia landmark that’s well worth a visit. No matter whether you’re arriving from the airport, the cruise terminal, or you just want to know the best route to drive, there are plenty of ways to get yourself out to see this quintessential Nova Scotia village. While you’re here, use our visitor map to get around!
Peggy’s Cove is about a 50-minute drive from downtown Halifax, and the route is very straightforward. Using your navigation, you can take highway 333 or highway 103 to get to Peggy’s Cove. Both routes offer beautiful, scenic drives with small businesses, cafes, and galleries along the way.
It’s not possible to get to Peggy’s Cove by Halifax’s public transit system, however, there are alternative options for those looking to visit:
Taxi or Uber to Peggy’s Cove
Halifax taxi company Casino Taxi offers Peggy’s Cove tours if you’re looking for a flexible way to explore the region. A taxi will drive you there, wait for an hour while you explore, and drive you back to the city for a flat rate. If you want to stay longer, there is an extra charge per hour.
Rent a car in Halifax and drive to Peggy’s Cove
Depending on how long you’d like to stay in Peggy’s Cove, a car rental may be the right fit for you. Halifax is home to all of the major car rental companies.
Full day excursions
Many companies provide tours to Peggy’s Cove, including:
Taste Halifax’s Peggy’s Foodie Adventure
For a complete list of Sightseeing Tours, visit novascotia.com
Arriving via cruise ships
If you’re visiting Halifax on a cruise and you’d like to spend the day exploring Peggy’s Cove, you’re in luck! There are car rental outlets at the VIA Rail station, a mere block from the cruise terminal.
Both Bruce’s Tours and Viator offer excellent half and full-day tours to Peggy’s Cove that depart from Halifax’s port, or just down the boardwalk from your ship.
Arriving by air
Driving from Halifax Stanfield International Airport, take Highway 102 Southbound to Exit 3 and turn left on Highway 213. Follow Highway 213 to the end, and then take Route 333 straight to Peggy’s Cove.
For trip planning resources and to find out more about visiting Peggy’s Cove and surrounding communities in Nova Scotia, visit novascotia.com.
Whether you’re arriving by plane, boat, or car, you’ll love exploring Peggy’s Cove.