Minutes from the mighty North Atlantic, on Canada's far eastern shore, St. John's and Eastern Newfoundland awaits. Always within sight of th
e sea. Alive with the breath of history. Wide open spaces, infinite possibilities.
This is where North America and Newfoundland begins. Flooded by oceans. Scoured by glaciers. Carved into rocks, bays, cliffs and coves. No t
wo places alike. Every colourful nook and cranny its own distinct adventure.
Eastern Newfoundland's ever-changing vistas promise scenic coastal roads, cozy colonial towns, barrens and moors, steep cliffs, river estuar
ies, rugged coastlines and dramatic headlands.
From Cape St. Mary's Ecological Reserve on the Avalon Peninsula to the "Grand Banks" fishing grounds off the Burin Peninsula to the John Cab
ot landing site on the Bonavista Peninsula. Only one thing is the same. No matter where you go people will embrace you and welcome you to th
e their special place.
Newfoundland and Labrador's capital city, St. John's, is Canada's oldest - arguably its most disctinctive - city. Rising spectacularly from
the water's edge, St. John's promises you a sophisticated city experience with small town warmth and safety.
St. John's is a grand old lady, from her elegant historic houses and scenic walking trails, to her stately landmarks and cultural treasures. Underneath beats a youthful heart and a boisterous spirit that finds its expression in one of North America's liveliest arts and music scenes.