St. Peters Vacation Packages
From St. Peters, the city of Cape Breton Island is 40 miles (64 kilometers) to the north.
Nova Scotia is a firm fixture on the tourist trail, which means getting from A to B is a breeze. Be sure leave yourself some time to explore the many things to see and do the region offers. If you're keen to explore more of the region, you'll find Orangedale, 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the southeast, and Iona 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the south.
Organize some transportation and visit Baddeck, a regional center, located about 30 miles (48 kilometers) away from St. Peters. This bigger city has a wide range of points of interest, including Gilbert H. Grosvenor Hall, Gaelic College of Celtic Arts and Crafts and Bell Bay Golf Club. Uisage Ban Falls Provincial Park, Kidston Island Lighthouse and Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site are other interesting sights in Baddeck that should be on every visitor's list.
Tourists in Nova Scotia often go to the region's farms, open-air museums and gardens. Houses of the holy are the best doorways into a region's spiritual and religious cultures. The churches throughout Nova Scotia are no exception.
Make sure you pack comfortable shoes and join a knowledgeable guide for one of the culinary tours, wildlife spotting tours and guided nature walks. Relax the way the locals do in Nova Scotia. Go bird watching and camping while you are here.
Wherever you are coming from and no matter how long you stay, special memories of Nova Scotia will linger with you for years.
Accommodation in St. Peters
At this point in time, St. Peters doesn't have a huge variety of hotels and other types of accommodation featuring on our St. Peters hotels guide, so reserve a spot if you have somewhere specific in mind.