Cape St. Marys is positioned at the westernmost tip of Nova Scotia's mainland, as only Long Island and Brier Island are further west. Cape St. Marys is a member of Digby County. The first settler to Cape St. Marys was Elias Hardy at the end of the 18th century. Following settlement, the small village was named Cape Cove. Cape St. Marys is primarily an Acadian community. The most successful industry in Cape St. Marys is fishing. As well, Cape St. Marys is located 78 km (48.5 mi.) southwest of the lively tourism town of Digby.

Cape St. Marys is nestled along the western coastline, looking out at the vast Bay of Fundy, wide open skies and a breath-taking coastline. Visitors to Cape St. Marys can enjoy boating, fishing, golfing, whale-watching, bird-watching and of course, watching the sun rise up over the ocean. Cape St. Marys exhibits high tides, walking tours, art galleries, pretty architecture, the scenic Evangeline Trail and as always, simply relaxing and enjoying the sights is always an enticing option.

Cape St. Marys accommodations include hospitable cottages.

Saltwater esCape Guest Home
Long Term
Cape St. Marys
482 Cape St. Mary's Rd
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