Marble Mountain: Follow the Bras D’Or Lakes scenic drive to explore Cape Breton’s inland sea and when you approach Marble Mountain, keep an eye out for Eileanan Brѐagha Vineyards. The name means beautiful islands, and the vantage point from their tasting room does not disappoint. Sit back with a glass and let the liquid libations improve your Gaelic. Cape Breton may be home to only one winery, but you can supplement this tour with trips to breweries like Breton Brew Co. and Big Spruce Brewing Company.
Take 2 days: With Cape Breton having such a strong Scottish influence, it is no surprise you can find a whisky distillery too, called Glenora. The distillery has accommodations available if you decide camping in the National Park is not for you.
Take 3 days: There is so much to take in and explore in Cape Breton, why not extend your stay? Check out visitcapbreton.com to see what else Cape Breton has in store for you!