Port Mouton is a town situated on the Lighthouse Route on the southern shore of Nova Scotia. The town is a quiet residential town and expands quite a long distance in area along the highway. You will find that the hostels in Port Mouton are situated on the outskirts of the town and are close to some of the local craft shops and art galleries. It is a fair distance to get to the local convenience store, the liquor store, or any of the restaurants in the town. As such, it is a good idea to either have a car or a bicycle to get around for supplies or to come well equipped, as there isn't much around in the way of local amenities.
Within the local area, they offer glass-bottom boat tours and a the odd arts and crafts or souvenir shop. The town is also only thirteen kilometers from the Kejimkujik National Park Seaside area. Here you can spend an afternoon doing the hiking trail around Port Joli, which takes about an hour, or you can walk down onto the famous, white-sand beaches with the rolling waves, for which the Kejimkujik National Park Seaside region is famous. If you have good weather and you want to get out from the hostel, it is nice to take a stroll along the three-mile stretch of beach off the coastal trail or sit and relax with a book somewhere, or maybe even go for a swim if the weather is nice. Either way it is a nice place to chill out and relax and Port Mouton is the perfect hub from which to explore this area's natural beauty.
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