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Port Greville is a scenic little town located in Cumberland County, on the beautiful north shores of the Bay of Fundy. Port Greville can be reached via the always enjoyable Bay of Fundy Shore Drive (Highway 209). Port Greville is situated almost square in-between Parrsboro and Cape Chignecto, and is often a stop of choice for travelers. At one time Port Greville was the proud home of many tall ships and sea captains. Today, Port Greville is primarily a tourist destination.
Port Greville has pretty vegetation, glorious hills and the vast ocean. Home to the Age of Sail Heritage Centre, Port Greville offers in this museum everything from the shipbuilding and timber days of Port Greville to a restored Methodist church that was built in 1857 to a blacksmithing demonstration. Port Greville also is home to some of the tallest tides in the world, as well as an antique market and various historical landmarks. Port Greville is just 20.7 km (12.9 mi.) from Parrsboro.
Port Greville accommodations include bed and breakfasts.
|Coach House Bed & Breakfast||B&B||Port Greville||8692 Hwy 209|
|Ebb Tide B&B and Tearoom||B&B||Port Greville||8614 Hwy 209|