Here ancestry is deep and alive in the roots of our communities. Cape Breton Island, also called Unama’ki, is one of seven ancestral and unceeded territories of the Mi’kmaq People. It’s a place where trails alive with Aboriginal, Gaelic, and Acadian cultures carve out communities. Where awe-inspiring land and seascapes give way to outdoor adventure and a proud history. Where roadways hug the coastline and the world’s largest inland sea is the perfect place to set sail.
Every visit is the perfect opportunity to experience the best of our regions. Our detailed website is full on information on the history and cultures of our Island, where to go and what to see, and everything you need to get around. So start planning your next adventure and prepare to leave a piece of your heart on Cape Breton Island.