Les provinces maritimes

The maritime provinces of New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Newfoundland-Labrador and Prince Edward Island are located on Canada's east coast. This picturesque region combines its superb coastline with a lifestyle and rich local traditions. Acadian culture, with its vitality and unique festive spirit, will surprise and seduce you.

This region benefits from some of the most beautiful sites on the east coast, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Among them, the unique architecture of the town of Lunenburg in Nova Scotia seduces by the charm of its colorful facades. This province offers many historical places where you can discover the history of Amerindian, French, British and Scottish populations.

On Cape Breton Island, you can explore mountains, lakes, valleys and magnificent coastal cliffs.
Prince Edward Island is known for its fishing villages and many lighthouses.
The charming city of Charlottetown, a peaceful capital with Victorian charm, is a must see.
During an excursion to the heart of Moncton, New Brunswick, discover the contagious joie de vivre of Acadia. Take a look at the giant tides of the Bay of Fundy, the tallest in the world and the famous Hopewell Rocks. It is also possible to observe the whales.