Chester South Shore Harbour, Nova Scotia
Atlantic Canada
Prince Edward Island, Darnley
East Quoddy Head Lighthouse on Campobello in New Brunswick
Long Beach Fundy Trail in New Brunswick
Acadian Peninsula in New Brunswick
Sailing along coast Lunenburg, Nova Scotia
Prince Edward Island, Cavendish
Canoing in Prince Edward Island
Bay of Fundy, Nova Scotia
Heavy surf along Peggy's Cove, Nova Scotia

Atlantic Canada holidays - Scenic, charismatic and striking

Nestled on the Atlantic Coast, Atlantic Canada consists of four unique provinces: the pristine sand beaches of New Brunswick, the spectacular red sandstone cliffs and rolling green hills of Prince Edward Island, the picturesque coastlines of Nova Scotia, and the phenomenal cliffs and waterfalls of Newfoundland and Labrador. This is a perfect summer destination full of coastal charm.

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Experience Canada's cheerful coastal lifestyle

The provinces of New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and Newfound and Labrador make up Atlantic Canada. Holidays to this vast region are most popular in the summer, when long, warm days can be spent on the beach, strolling through seaside towns and tucking into fresh seafood.

From romantic breaks to long family holidays, Atlantic Canada really has something for everyone, and is certainly a hidden gem just waiting to be explored.

Things to do in Atlantic Canada

Each coastal province presents its own unique charm. Those looking for a beach holiday will love New Brunswick – there are over 50 beaches here, after all. Meanwhile, Prince Edward Island is picturesque and diverse, with dramatic red sand beaches, and green landscapes full of golf courses. Nova Scotia is the epitome of a seaside destination, with colourful coastlines, whale watching and delicious seafood.

Newfoundland and Labrador’s rugged cliffs are simply breath taking, and full of incredible natural attractions including dense boreal forests, wonderful whale watching, fascinating seabird colonies, and three National Parks. Whale watching is phenomenal here – there are 22 species to spot, including the world’s largest migrating population of humpbacks.

When to go to Atlantic Canada

As Atlantic Canada’s provinces are dotted along the coastline, summertime is undoubtedly the best time to visit. July is pretty humid, especially when in big crowds, whilst the temperature seems to become more bearable near the end of August.

Atlantic Canada Inspiration
Fishing store on Fogo Island

A photogenic tour of stunning Atlantic Canada

Atlantic Canada is so incredibly scenic, it’s ideal for photographs and anyone who wants to capture lots of postcard-perfect photos. These breathtaking sights are musts for the ultimate photogenic tour through the region.

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Self-driving in Prince Edward Island

Road tripping Atlantic Canada

From the striking red-sand beaches on Prince Edward Island, to the colourful seaside towns in Nova Scotia, a road trip through Atlantic Canada’s best maritime destinations is set to be a beautiful one.

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Torngat Mountains National Park, Newfoundland and Labrador

Top 10 national parks and preserves in Atlantic Canada

From islands home to beautiful wild horses, to stunning wind-sculpted sand dunes and remote wildernesses, here are the top 10 parks and preserves in Atlantic Canada.

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Low Point Lighthouse, Sydney Harbour, Nova Scotia

Visit a world of lighthouses

With so many beautiful coastlines and coastal towns in Atlantic Canada, it’s no wonder the region is full of incredible lighthouses with equally as spectacular backdrops. Here are our favourites to visit.

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Low tide at Hopewell Rocks

Exploring Atlantic Canada's Bay of Fundy

Spread over New Brunswick and Nova Scotia on North America’s Atlantic coast, the Bay of Fundy really packs a punch when it comes to outdoor adventure.

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