Tobermory is one of Ontario’s most beautiful locations. Surrounded by sparking blue water and natural wonders at the northern tip of the Bruce Peninsula, this is a must-visit before the summer ends. Here’s what to do while visiting Tobermory.

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The Bruce Peninsula National Park is world-famous for The Grotto, a popular summer destination.

The Grotto’s shoreline has breathtaking views of the blue waters. The hike along the rocks and shoreline can get rocky so make sure you dress appropriately.

There also the incredible Fathom Five National Marine Park, where two dozen shipwrecks are available to explore.

Tobermory is also knowing for being a walkers dream.

The region is home to Flowerpot Island and The Bruce Trail, considered one of the top 10 most timeless walking paths in the world.

Finally, why not try something new and check out the the glass-bottom boat cruises? The Blue Heron Cruises tour will take you to shipwrecks and along the crystal clear waters.

If you want to hang in Tobermory for more than a day then there are lots of options to book a stay including a long list of adorable bread and breakfasts:

Acorn Ridge Guest House
Cee Cee North On The Bay B&B
Lion Heart Guesthouse and B&B
MellowOut B&B
Stone Cove B&B
Smokey Grove B&B
The Lake House Tobermory

There’s no shortage of things to explore in Tobermory so start planning that road trip, Ontario!