Digby is a beautiful seaside community with a strong fishing industry and history. It is often named as "the Scallop Capital of the World", because its' scallop fishing fleet is the largest inshore scallop fleet in the world. Digby offers a perfect starting place for many daytrips around the area, but don't forget to save some time for Digby itself!

Digby town image gallery

  1. Walk the wharf and waterfront boardwalk in Digby
  2. Admire the Bay of Fundy tides right from the window (or walk the 200 meters to the waterfront ;-)
  3. Enjoy a succulent scallop dinner (or lobster, or haddock, or salmon… you get the idea)
  4. Visit the Admiral Digby museum for insights on Digby`s longstanding loyalist & fishing history
  5. Take a (bicycle) ride out to Point Prim lighthouse for an amazing sunset and views over the Bay of Fundy
  6. Hike along the old railroad bed all the way to Smith's Cove, with beach access along the way for some beach combing.
  7. Frenchie's! Need a new t-shirt, or that nice jacket for future job interviews? This is your place to be.
  8. Rent a kayak at Digby's waterfront and spend a wonderful afternoon out on the water. Kayak out to the salmon cages, or get lucky and see porpoises from up close!
  9. Take a walking tour with Gael Tours and learn about Digby`s history while sampling seafood, or let yourself be enchanted by the lively tidal pools at Point Prim
  10. Take a boat tour with Annapolis Basin Charter Tours. Whether you want to see the sunset from the water, go salt water fishing, or take a boat trip up to Bear River or Annapolis Royal: you are sure to have a special experience.

For information on the Digby area and upcoming events visit www.digbyarea.ca.