Discover our six Acadian destinations.

Acadian Peninsula and Chaleur Bay Cultural Coast of New Brunswick Evangeline Region – Prince Edward Island Yarmouth and Acadian Shores Cape Breton Island Acadie of the Land and Forests

Acadian Peninsula and Chaleur Bay

Escape in the Acadian Peninsula and Chaleur Bay where you will find…

  • The sea and the seashore
  • Exceptional natural attractions
  • Golden sand beaches
  • Cultural and historical sites
  • Delicious local seafood
  • Many Acadian gatherings and festivals

Cultural Coast of New Brunswick

The popular Cultural Coast of New Brunswick is known for…

  • Its key attractions
  • Its unique natural environment
  • Its beaches
  • Shediac's "vacation" atmosphere
  • Its cities of Dieppe and Moncton offering a multitude of products and services

Evangeline Region – Prince Edward Island

Come discover the Évangéline region which offers…

  • Natural, ocean-sculpted environment
  • Exceptionally bucolic scenery
  • Vibrant built heritage of its region
  • Picturesque agricultural life of Island Acadians
  • Diverse cultural, historical and festive activities

Yarmouth and Acadian Shores

Come visit the Yarmouth and Acadian Shores destination, which is shaped by…

  • The sea and its strong fishing industry
  • The atmosphere and serenity of the local Acadians
  • Museums and interpretation centres
  • Fresh seafood and Acadian cuisine
  • The vibrant culture through festivals, local artists and craftspeople
  • Grand-Pré and Port Royal National Historic Sites of Acadian history

Cape Breton Island

Let Cape-Breton Island take your breath away as you discover…

  • The sea and its strong fishing industry
  • The atmosphere and serenity of the local Acadians
  • Museums and interpretation centres
  • Fresh seafood and Acadian cuisine
  • The vibrant culture through festivals, local artists and craftspeople

Acadie of the Land and Forests

Discover your Acadian roots across the border in nearby Québec and the U.S.A. Discover:

  • The Magnificent Appalachian Mountains
  • Exceptional natural attractions and picturesque scenery
  • A region proud of its heritage and culture
  • Excellent local cuisine
  • A selection of festivities and renowned Acadian «joie de vivre»
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