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A part of Kings County, Harbourville is a peaceful community located on the southern shores of the Minas Basin. It's believed Harbourville was first settled in 1829. Harbourville has previously been known as both "Shingle Log Brook" and "Givans Wharf." The more conventional title of Harbourville was given to the village in 1860, which is a descriptive title. Ten years later in 1870, Harbourville would weather a severe fire that destroyed a large portion of the community.
Before fishing was the main industry in Harbourville, the harbour here was frequently used to ship out materials such as wood and vegetables. The popular, bustling community of Digby is situated 119 km (73.9 mi.) southwest of Harbourville, traveling on Highway 101 parallel to the scenic shoreline.
Harbourville is a picturesque seaside community, offering many pristine sandy beaches, larges tides, beautiful sunsets, fine dining, a nearby championship golf course, fishing options, beautiful hiking trails, wildlife, a waterfall and spectacular terrain. Harbourville is a photographer's haven, with numerous breath-taking sights. Boat tours are also available near Harbourville. A unique hamlet resting by the ocean, Harbourville is an experience all to its own.
Harbourville accommodations include hospitable cottages.
|Harbourville Cottages & Guest House||Long Term||Harbourville||3282 Long Point Rd|