An Unforgettable Vacation
The Southwest Coast of Newfoundland & Labrador is unlike any other. A vibrant mix of wilderness, culture, tradition and history shapes this coastline and ensures visitors and locals alike an unforgettable vacation. Old lighthouses, tiny fishing villages, rocky shorelines, white sandy beaches and miles of rolling hills and mountains paint a picture where the only thing missing is you.
The deep blue of the Atlantic Ocean is your constant companion as you make your way along these coastal drives. The one exception being the Caribou Trail which cuts through the interior of this part of the island and brings you through vast tracts of green, landlocked lakes, and boulder strewn hills that look as if giants were at play. The highway ends at the town of Burgeo, but this is far from the end of the line - you can hop a ferry to Ramea, Grey River and Francois.
Whichever season you decide upon, you'll be sure to find something that makes you want to come back again and again.
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