Battle Harbour National Historic District/Heritage Properties

Battle Harbour

Escape to Battle Harbour! Visit overnight and let the sounds of the ocean and the peace and quiet of this resettled community sooth your soul and dreams. This island retreat, the salt fish capital of Labrador, is a priceless collection of natural attractions and, both tangible and intangible heritage. As a National Historic Site of Canada, Battle Harbour preserves and interprets the history of the 19th and 20th century Labrador fishery and brings 200 years of history to life. Gourmet dining.

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This National Historic District brings 200 years of history to life, wildlife/berry picking, hiking/walking trails/guided history/nature tours, overnight accommodations/meeting rooms, craft store, fine dining, wharves/protected anchorage and basic marina services available for pleasure boats.

Helpful Information

All room rentals accompanied with: $175 per person for first night and $80 for subsequent nights. Includes: all meals, walking tour, ferry transport.

Contact Information

Main Road , Battle Harbour
52.2737, -55.587 (Download GPX)
Jun 12 - Sep 6


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Driving distances and calculations derived using Google Maps. Actual driving times may vary. GPS coordinates have been provided by tourism operators. Please confirm location with operator before departure.