New Brunswick is one of three coastal provinces of Canada, located right by the sea. Why is this place worth a visit? Well, first and foremost, there are beautiful sandy beaches and numerous unspoiled coastlines, dotted with dunes. All you want is just to open your deckchair here and sunbathe! And a sea, which is warm for Canada, by which you can go for walks. If you visit the Bay of Fundy, such a walk will also be full of numerous activities. The reason for this is that there are waves, which reach their highest point there.
While staying in New Brunswick you must visit The Algonquin Resort, which is one of the most luxurious and legendary hotels in Canada. It was built in 1889. This beautiful place has been re-opened since March 2014 after rennovation. Golf fans should also try the Algonguin Golf Course located nearby.
New Brunswick is also known for its breweries. They win prizes, as well as the hearts and taste buds of tourists. The oldest of them and a repeatedly awarded one is located in Frederiction - Picaroons Traditional Ales. Located in Moncton, is the no lower in quality Pumphouse Brewery. And thirdly, Big Tide Brewing is located in Saint John. With the beer you have to try the delicious cuisine of New Brunswick, and especially the poutine râpée.
New Brunswick will also host the World Acadian Congress, which will be held from 8-24 August 2014, and in 2015, Moncton will host the group stage of the FIFA Women's World Cup.
This is not the end of the attractions of Brunswick. For lovers of adventure, there are cruises waiting, during which the beautiful coast can be admired, and where you can look whales in the eye directly. Would you prefer to spend your holiday on the mainland? No problem - Fundy National Park, Sugarloaf or Mactaquac are places where you will certainly not get bored! In total, New Brunswick has nine parks, where you can find attractions such as: the highest peak in Martimes, a heated saltwater pool, a rope park or even a camping ground.
The most famous place to relax with nature is Dream Dome Camping in the Kingston Peninsula. During your stay, do not forget that on 7-10 August 2014 the 50th anniversary of Roosevelt Campobello International Park will also be celebrated.
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