St. Andrews, founded in the late 1700s as a loyalist town and shipbuilding center, has a charming downtown, punctuated with nautical shops, quirky boutiques, and places to sit and people watch.
A lovely inn, Canada's oldest summer hotel, sits in the middle of the main street.
St. Andrews is the home of the Algonquin Resort and prestigious 18-hole golf course.
The picturesque seaside Veteran's Memorial.
Like all cute towns, they had a lovely coffee shop, where I had the tastiest maple scone and hot apple cider.
Have you ever been to St. Andrews-by-the-Sea or anywhere in the Maritime Provinces of Canada? Where are your favorite spots?