The Journey

Step ashore and immerse yourself in the preserved heritage of Battle Harbour.

From the quaint charm of fishing lodges to the majestic allure of the island's natural landscapes, every corner offers a glimpse into the enduring beauty of the maritime world. Traverse the seas to experience the enchantment of Battle Harbour – where time stands still, and beauty knows no bounds.
Battle Harbour is situated on Battle Island, which is part of the Labrador coast in the Canadian province of Newfoundland and Labrador. Access to Battle Harbour is primarily ferry, as there are no roads connecting it to the mainland. The island's remote location adds to its charm and appeal as a historical and cultural destination.

Embark on an unforgettable maritime journey as you traverse the seas to uncover timeless beauty at Battle Harbour. Amidst the vast expanse of the Labrador coast, this remote destination beckons with its rich history and rugged allure. Navigate through the pristine waters, where each wave carries whispers of centuries past, leading you to a haven of historical marvels.As you draw closer to the island's shores, let the anticipation mount as you prepare to immerse yourself in the captivating allure of Battle Harbour's rich heritage.
National Historic Site
Throughout its history, the district's architecture and layout reflect the ambiance of 19th and early 20th-century fishing outports of Newfoundland and Labrador, offering a poignant glimpse into the region's maritime heritage.
Cultural Landscape
Battle Harbour comprises a diverse array of historical, architectural, and natural features that collectively narrate its maritime heritage. With its charming fishing village layout and meticulously preserved buildings and structures from the 19th and early 20th centuries
Rich in History
Battle Harbour thrived as a pivotal center for the cod fishing industry in the 19th and early 20th centuries, bustling with fishing operations, processing facilities, and trade, supported by a diverse workforce including merchants, fishermen, and tradespeople.