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Road to the Beaches

beachesThis region is full of sheltered coves, sandy beaches and sparkling waters. This tour will take you to some of the best spots for water sports in the province. Here you will find rivers to canoe, ponds to fish, inlets to sail, and clean, clear pools to swim. Read more...

Road to the Isles

twillingate3The Long Point Lighthouse, built in 1876, is one of the best places in Newfoundland to see icebergs. Built on a bluff, it overlooks the outer reaches of Notre Dame Bay. You may also catch a glimpse of the huge whales that spend their summers feeding along the coast. There's a small municipal park near the lighthouse. Read more...

Road to the Shore

fishnetHandsGambo is the birthplace of Newfoundland's Father of Confederation - Joseph R. Smallwood. As Newfoundland's first premier, his life story and accomplishments are displayed in the Smallwood Interpretation Centre. Gambo is situated at the gateway to the "Road to the Shore" and your tour begins here at Route 320.

The Islands Experience: Historic Fogo and Change Islands

tiltingtraiThere have been people here since the latter half of the eighteenth century when the Labrador fishery rose to prominence. By the beginning of the twentieth century, this was a prosperous settlement with a population of over 1,000 people who fished in the northern waters or worked in the huge merchant premises that lined the shores. Read more...


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