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Bouctouche boasts many major tourist attractions. The city is K.C. Irving's birthplace, and the Irving family has contributed many resources to the area: the Irving Eco-Center, the Bouctouche Dune, Bouctouche Marina, Natural Tree Park, Kent Homes and more.  Bouctouche is now a prosperous centre, an ideal place to establish a business, as well as being a community where the Acadian and native historical culture has been preserved.

Interesting links

World Acadien Congres 2004
The 3rd  World Acadien conference which will reunite acadians throughout the world  will be held in August in the province of Nova-Scotia this summer.

Pays de la sagouine
Enter the imaginary world of « la Sagouine » – a well known character created by the renowned author, Antonine Maillet, where you will be able to truly appreciate the Acadian « joie de vivre ».

L’ ECONOMUSEUM  soap of Canada- Olivier Soap
Discover the history of soap and the art of making all natural soap in a family business. Five demonstrations a day!

Irving Eco-Centre - The Bouctouche Dune
Discover the natural beauty of one of the last sand dunes of the eastern sea shore of North America.  This fragile ecological system is protected by a long walkway giving access to plant, animal and bird life.

Town of Bouctouche
In Bouctouche, people take pride in having preserved the remarkable heritage and the amazing natural beauty of the area.  This «Great Little Harbour»  is a dynamic city where Micmacs, Acadians and the English can manifest their traditions proudly in numerous festivals & celebrations..

Golf Bouctouche
A gorgeous 18 hole golf course in a beautiful natural setting..

Kent Museum
Relive more than 5 centuries of the trials and tribulations of our ancestors while visiting this unique and very special museum in Bouctouche.

MicMac Experience
Explore the rich history and tradition of First People in this area..

Kouchibouguac Park
Attention Nature Lovers! Kouchibouguac is an unforgettable paradise!…the sandy beaches, the warm salt water, the trails, the camp grounds, and much much more!

Chez les Maurys (Winery & Camping)
A family owned winery and camping ground on 150 beautiful acres.

Shediac Parlee Beach
Known as the warmest salt water beaches north of Virginia, Shediac, ‘' The  Lobster Capital of the World ,'' is a small coastal city known for its friendly people, fishing,  seafood transformation plants and its Lobster Festival in July.

City of Moncton
The aquatic park – Magic Mountain, the Magnetic Hill, the Moncton Zoo, Champlain Place, the shops, the boutiques, the family parks, the Farmers Markets… and much more! Only 40 minutes drive.

Moncton International Airport
Greater Moncton International Airport is at the center of Atlantic Canada's world-class natural attractions. This International Airport offers easy access to warm salt water beaches, the Bay of Fundy, Prince Edward Island , Cape Breton and Nova Scotia .

Fundy National Park
An untamed seashore, unique ecosystems, rare birds, world class marine marvels and first class camping sites!

Hopewell Cape Rocksl
This is where the highest tides in the world have sculpted rock formations four stories high.  At low tide, these formations look like flower pots. At high tide, they disappear, leaving only small islands crowned with trees visible above the waves.

Confederation Bridge PEI

The Confederation Bridge, 12.9 km long, is the longest bridge over ice-covered waters in the world.  In operation since May 31, 1997, this two lane highway bridge is open 24 hours a day 7 days a week.

Le pays de la sagouine Sunset at the Inn