With a long maritime history, the largest offshore island of Newfoundland and Labrador is a gentle world of bright-colored clapboard houses, sea-cliff footpaths, lush forest, and warm hospitality set against a striking coastline.
Fogo Island: Travel to Canada's hidden paradise and artists' haven
Zita Cobb transformed a Newfoundland community into a creative hub for artists to take in the beautiful landscape of Fogo Island
Mistaken Point: UNESCO World Heritage Site - Everything Everywhere
Tips for visiting Mistaken Point, a UNESCO site located in Newfoundland, Canada that is home to the oldest collection of large (multicellular) fossils in the world. How to visit, top sights and attractions + other practical tips and information for your trip. | Everything Everywhere Destination Guide #Newfoundland #Canada
Fogo Island: Sandy Cove beach
With temperatures soaring up to 30 degrees Celsius we didn’t need our imagination to pretend we were in the tropics, even on the usually ‘cool’ Fogo Island in the North Atlantic. …
Abandoned settlement of Parsons Harbour, Newfoundland as featured in National Geographic. Residents left Parsons Harbour in Newfoundland, Canada, for larger settlements during a controversial relocation. “Though removals were voluntary, some residents claim to have been misled into leaving,” reported National Geographic in 1984.