This region is most famous for it’s vast beaches and dunes; fresh seafood and the Acadian culture that thrives along it’s shores.
You will find a multitude of accommodations along the coast including hotels/motels, resorts, charming bed and breakfasts, chalets & cottages and campgrounds for both tents & RV’s.
Major attractions include Fort Beauséjour – Fort Cumberland National Historic Site at Aulac; the Cape Jourimain Nature Centre near the Confederation Bridge; the world’s largest Lobster Sculpture at Shediac; the Irving Eco Centre at the Dune de Bouctouche; the Acadian village – Pays de la Sagouine; the Kouchibouguac National Park; the New Brunswick Aquarium & Marine Centre at Shippagan; the Village Historique Acadien at Bertrand, the Pabineau First Nation at Bathurst and a multitude of beaches, parks and small unique stops all along the coast.
Where to Eat, Stay & Play while touring this area
The Acadian Coastal Drive covers the eastern coast of New Brunswick, from Aulac near the Nova Scotia-New Brunswick border to Charlo, near the Gaspé Peninsula, Quebec.
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