Acadian Peninsula

Date of stay: August 2020.

Our beautiful Acadian Peninsula is located in the northeast of the province of New Brunswick. It is a predominantly French-speaking region.


Our 3-day stay begins with a first stop in Miramichi. We spent our time visiting the marina and its beautiful infrastructures. It is a great place for young and old alike. Then we treated our taste buds at MIKES BAR & GRILL!


We stayed two nights at the Village historique Acadien hotel in Bertrand. It was a real nice discovery. The setting is totally stunning and the quietness of the site is really appreciated. The hotel is located in the heart of the Village. We find ourselves plunged years back in a hotel that takes up every detail of the life of yesteryear.


Our discovery of the Acadian Peninsula extended from Pokeshaw Rock to Miscou Island, passing by Caraquet and Lamèque Island. If you go on Miscou Island, you have to try the restaurant "La terrasse à Steeve" and taste their "Guedille de homard" and "Scallop burger"!

We come back with great memories and can't wait to plan another visit!


Miramichi is the largest city in northern New Brunswick, Canada. It is situated at the mouth of the Miramichi River where it enters Miramichi Bay.


Quai des artistes (Caraquet)
Quai des artistes (Caraquet)
Quai des artistes (Caraquet)
Quai des artistes (Caraquet)
Marina du carrefour de la mer
Carrefour de la mer
Carrefour de la mer
Carrefour de la Mer
Phare Miscou
La terrasse à Steeve
Guedille au homard
Hamburger de pétoncle/bacon

The peninsula in pictures ...

Caraquet, Anse Bleue, Lamèque Island, Miscou Island ... Discover this splendid region ...

Some useful links:

Lamèque city website