1 St John’s
This lively port city, with its fine coastal setting and raucous nightlife, provides the best introduction to Newfoundland culture, history and culinary traditions.
2 Icebergs and whale-watching
The east coast can be studded with vast, shimmering lumps of ice in summer, and dozens of whales frolic just offshore.
3 Cape St Mary’s
Jaw-dropping cliff-side seabird sanctuary, one of the most incredible wildlife spectacles in the world.
4 St-Pierre et Miquelon
Tiny French enclave of fine restaurants, cosy B&Bs and rich marine life.
5 Fogo Island
Weathered fish huts, traditional outports and a community of artists occupy one of the most beautifully preserved islands in the province.
6 Gros Morne National Park
Plunging fjords, rearing mountains and the dazzling waters of Western Brook Pond.
7 Battle Harbour
Wonderfully evocative and isolated fishing village off the coast of southern Labrador, a magical place to spend the night.