What better describes simple pleasure and old school hospitality than the Acadian culture found on the world renowned Cabot Trail of Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia?
Chéticamp has proven to be one of the most active Acadian communities in the Atlantic Provinces. In the years after the Deportation, it was the mountains and the ocean coast which drew Acadians from the south coast of Cape Breton and from Prince Edward Island to this area. Today it is the rugged beauty of the landscape, the distinctive culture and unparalleled hospitality which attracts visitors. This charming village offers a taste of French heritage, beautiful scenery and a friendly bilingual reception from its residents.