Together, the provinces of New Brunswick, Newfoundland & Labrador, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island boast Canada’s most spectacular coastline – more than 43,000 kilometres – and every seaside activity you can imagine: warm water swimming, long walks on uncrowded beaches, nature viewing on a grand scale and hiking high above the arms of the sea.
Atlantic Canada is world-famous for its fresh and abundant seafood, in particular succulent lobster, scallops, mussels, oysters and cod. Dine at a seaside restaurant, take a stroll through a local farmers market, or take in one of the many culinary or cultural festivals throughout the season. It’s truly a foodie’s paradise.
The region may be close to the UK, but it is a world away in terms of rich and diverse marine and wildlife. Visitors have the opportunity to view a variety of mammals including whales, moose, deer, bears and numerous birds.
Atlantic Canada is closer to Europe than any other part of North America, and getting here is easy. In just five or six hours direct from London, an enchanting seacoast holiday awaits.