Listings in Newfoundland and Labrador

Perched on the eastern edge of Canada, Newfoundland and Labrador beckon with a unique blend of rugged landscapes, maritime heritage, and warm hospitality. St. John's, the colorful capital, is a vibrant city perched on the cliffs of the Avalon Peninsula. Signal Hill, with its iconic Cabot Tower, provides panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean, while the lively George Street is a hub of local music and entertainment. Gros Morne National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site, unfolds as a tapestry of fjords, mountains, and coastal cliffs. The Tablelands, a geological marvel, showcases rock formations rarely found on Earth. L'Anse aux Meadows, another UNESCO site, preserves the remains of a Norse settlement, providing a glimpse into the Viking history of North America. Twillingate, known as the "Iceberg Capital of the World," offers the chance to witness massive icebergs drifting along the coast. The East Coast Trail, meandering along the rugged coastline of the Avalon Peninsula, provides hikers with breathtaking views and encounters with wildlife. The Skerwink Trail, near Trinity, offers coastal vistas and the charm of a traditional Newfoundland outport. The Gros Morne Theatre Festival and the Royal St. John's Regatta are among the many festivals that celebrate the province's rich cultural heritage. Fogo Island, with its striking modern art studios, adds a contemporary touch to Newfoundland's cultural scene. Newfoundland and Labrador's coastal communities, like Trinity and Bonavista, invite visitors to explore historic sites, clapboard houses, and experience the warmth of local hospitality. Traditional "Jigg's dinner" and seafood feasts offer a taste of the province's culinary delights. From the captivating beauty of Gros Morne to the storied history of St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador invite travelers to embrace the spirit of adventure and discovery on the edge of North America.