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Cruises to Cap-aux-Meules


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Canada & New England Fall Foliage

Seabourn Quest 24 Sep 2024 12 nights Fly Cruise Montreal

6 Star All-Inclusive Ultra-Luxury Cruising*

Complimentary drinks & gratuities on board*

FREE Wi-Fi for ALL Bookings*

All-Inclusive Dining On Board*

Itinerary: Montréal, Québec - Quebec City, Quebec - Saguenay, Canada - Cap-aux-Meules, Quebec, CA - Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island - Halifax, Nova Scotia - Boston, Massachusetts - New...
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Outside from £4,850pp

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The 2024 No-Fly Contrasts of Canada & the USA

Spirit of Adventure 21 Sep 2024 29 nights No-Fly Cruise Portsmouth

FREE Chauffeur Service OR Port Car Parking*

Gratuities & wifi included*

Optional Travel Insurance Included with Coronavirus cancellation cover*

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Itinerary: Portsmouth, England - Sydney, Canada - Boston, USA - Martha’s Vineyard, USA - New York, USA - Saint John - Halifax, Nova Scotia - Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island -...
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Balcony from £7,669pp

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New England, New France & Newfoundland

Volendam 06 Aug 2025 10 nights Fly Cruise Boston

Full board cruising*

5★ Premium Cruising*

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Immersive Culinary Journeys*

Itinerary: Boston, Massachusetts - Portland, Maine, USA - Eastport, ME, US - Halifax, Nova Scotia - Cornerbrook - Cap-aux-Meules - Charlottetown - Quebec City - Montreal
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Inside from £2,199pp

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What to see in Cap-aux-Meules

Cap-aux-Meules, the lively heart of Quebec's Magdalen Islands, boasts stunning coastal landscapes, a bustling harbour and rich Acadian heritage. This gateway to the archipelago offers fresh seafood, charming local culture and access to dramatic cliffs and sandy beaches, making it a perfect destination for nature and history enthusiasts.

Parc de Gros-Cap is a must-visit destination for anyone seeking to immerse themselves in the stunning natural beauty of Cap-aux-Meules. This park is known for its dramatic coastal scenery, featuring rugged cliffs, serene beaches and panoramic views of the Gulf of St. Lawrence. Visitors can explore the park's network of hiking trails, which wind through a variety of landscapes, from lush forests to open meadows, all the while offering breathtaking vistas of the surrounding waters. The trails are suitable for all levels of hikers, making it an accessible destination for families and seasoned adventurers alike. Kayaking is another popular activity at Parc de Gros-Cap, with rental services available for those looking to paddle along the striking coastline. The calm waters provide an ideal environment for both beginners and experienced kayakers to enjoy the coastal views and spot local wildlife, such as seals and seabirds.

The Site de la Côte is a fascinating historical and cultural attraction in Cap-aux-Meules that offers insight into the region's rich maritime heritage. This site is home to a collection of preserved buildings and artefacts that tell the story of the island's past, particularly its fishing industry and the lives of the early settlers. One of the highlights of the Site de la Côte is the historic lighthouse, which stands as a beacon of the island's nautical history. Visitors can climb to the top of the lighthouse for a spectacular view of the harbour and the surrounding landscape. The site also includes a museum with exhibits on the history of the Magdalen Islands, showcasing everything from traditional fishing techniques to the evolution of the island's communities. Guided tours are available, providing a deeper understanding of the historical significance of the site and the enduring legacy of the island's maritime culture.

The culinary scene in Cap-aux-Meules is a delightful experience that reflects the island's rich cultural tapestry and abundant natural resources. The village is renowned for its fresh seafood, with local restaurants offering a variety of dishes that highlight the flavours of the Gulf of St. Lawrence. From succulent lobster and snow crab to deliciously prepared scallops and mussels, the seafood in Cap-aux-Meules is a true taste of the ocean. Many restaurants source their ingredients directly from local fishermen, ensuring the freshest and most sustainable options are available. In addition to seafood, the local cuisine also features traditional Acadian dishes, providing a unique culinary journey through the region's history and culture. The village's vibrant food scene is complemented by charming cafes and bakeries, where visitors can enjoy freshly baked goods and locally roasted coffee. Farmers' markets are another highlight, offering a range of local produce, artisanal cheeses and handmade crafts.


Which cruise lines sail to Cap-aux-Meules?

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