We encourage all our guests to see as much of the Port au Port Peninsula as they can. The peninsula is an unspoiled slice of Newfoundland. With mountains, ocean, settlements and a smattering of the traditional tourist attractions the peninsula is what maritime Canada was like before it became popular with tourists. On the peninsula you can enjoy secluded beaches, windswept headlands, cascading waterfalls, and glorious sunsets with only the occasional moose or fox to intrude on your privacy.
You will also find Newfoundland’s best kept secret – its people. On the peninsula you will find people so open and friendly that it will bring you back to a quieter, peaceful, safer time. Whether you look for local crafts in our general stores, craft shops or artists studios, or walk on our trails, you will be treated as though you were a long lost friend.
For those interested in our history there is a small museum on the peninsula, and the local churches are open both for tourists and for worshipers.