You and a guest could win a 7-day trip to Cape Breton Island for 2020 Celtic Colours International Festival.
• Airfare from anywhere that Air Canada or WestJet flies in North America to Nova Scotia
• 7 nights accommodation
• Tickets to five performances
• 7-day vehicle rental
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Winner will be announced in May 2020
Rising from the sea and clinging to mountains, the 298-kilometer-long Cabot Trail is a winding mix of roadway, paths, stairs, and stunning beauty that takes you from unreal ocean vistas to quaint fishing villages.
Things to Do
Not just another pretty place. Here, you’ll find a lifetime of adventure packed on our 175-kilometer-long island. Iconic topography gives way to a living history, where each cove and inlet reveals welcoming communities, distinct cultures, stunning wilderness, and more of the story.
Celtic Heart of North America
Step into a land that flings you into tradition and sends you reeling with every dance. Discover a place that pulls on your heartstrings with one hand and deftly plucks a fiddle with the other.
Discover one of Canada’s premier musical events. Throughout nine stunning fall days, catch international and local Celtic talent on stages across the Island.
Music and The Arts
How do we capture the essence of our Island? In low steady drum beats and flying fiddle reels. In soulful performances in three mother tongues.
10 Cape Breton Island experiences: the Cabot Trail, Fortress of Louisbourg, ceilidhs, seafood, golf and more.
Callum MacCrimmon shares his experience on his 3rd Celtic Colours Festival in Cape Breton. Calum is a multi-instrumentalist, singer and composer best known as a founding member of the award-winning Scottish folk band Breabach.
Looking for an educational experience while visiting Cape Breton? Hoping to immerse yourself in Cape Breton's rich history while traveling the island? Well, you're in luck here are 7 'Must-See' Museums in Cape Breton!
Looking for a great way to spend your long weekend on Cape Breton Island? Chéticamp will wow you! Let two local ambassadors, Jeremy Smith of CB West Paddle Boards and Napoleon Chiasson, one of our Acadian cultural ambassadors, guide you!
It's no secret that Cape Bretoners have an accent. The accent can sometimes take on a Gaelic sound and sometimes can sound akin to a Newfoundland accent. Either way, our accent is a part of our identity and no doubt a part of our charm.