Tobermory is a relic of a gone generation. A time when the waterfront was seen as a utility, and not a recreation. A time when harbours were bustling as a primary route of transportation - both of people and goods. Like many harbours around the great lakes we now see operations take the form of personal recreation and tourism. Yet this tiny town that rests at the tip of a region known as Northern Bruce Peninsula maintains it’s small fishing village charm. Architectural flairs of port side buildings are an ode to the east coast fishery hamlets of Canada. Exploration can be done on foot as the town consists of only a few primary roads.Continue Reading The Ultimate Guide To Tobermory The Best Things To Do in Tobermory The Best Places To Stay in Tobermory The Best Places To Eat in Tobermory