The Cabot Trail scenic drive takes you around the northern tip of Cape Breton Island covering 185 miles of breathtaking scenery and rugged coastline you will be sure to never forget.
The Gaelic College, founded in 1938, is devoted to the study and preservation of the Gaelic language and Celtic arts and culture. The College began as a school of Gaelic language in a small log cabin overlooking St. Ann's Bay.
Bell Bay Golf Course
Situated in the scenic village of Baddeck, this course offers incredible views from every hole and is designed to ensure challenging and enjoyable golf for players of all skill levels.
Fortress of Louisbourg
Step back in time to 1744 and experience a thriving seaport that was once among the busiest harbours in North America. Today, it stands as North America's largest historical reconstruction.
Alexander Graham Bell, inventor of the telephone and one of the outstanding figures of his generation in the education of the deaf, first came to Baddeck in 1885 and returned the next year to establish a vacation home for his family.
The Highland Village, on a 43 acre hillside overlooking the world renowned Bras d'Or Lakes, is a living history museum and cultural centre which comes alive with costumed staff, farm animals, period buildings and artifcats.