Digby is situated in the South West region of Nova Scotia overlooking the Annapolis Basin & Digby Gut gateway to the Bay of Fundy. Digby experiences some of the highest tides in the world and home of The Worlds Famous Digby Scallop Fleet.
The Town is located off exit 26 which can be accessed via Highway 101 and follow route #303 . The Town has a geographic area of 3,15 km² and is approximately an three hour drive from Halifax. It is also a one hour drive from Yarmouth ferry terminal.
Digby Regional High School (grades 7 to 12) - Digby Elementary School (grades K to 6) - DALA (Adult)
Learning Grove (pre school)-Nova Scotia Community College, Digby Preschool Co-op Society
Digby Area Recreation Facilities include Swimming, Hockey and Curling - (see recreation)
The Pines Golf Course (local championship golf course).
Clubs and Organizations
Service clubs include Lions, Masons and the Royal Canadian Legion. In addition, there are several clubs and organizations serving the needs of children and seniors.
Tourism and Culture
The Town of Digby houses a number of historic (circa 1871) country inns and quaint bed and breakfasts, cafes, restaurants, and a full service marina for our yachting visitors, and a variety of specialty gift shops and retail outlets.
Health Care Facilities
Digby is served by a variety of doctors, dentists, chiropractors and other healthcare professionals. Health care services are provided in Town through the Digby Regional Hospital.