Twillingate is one of the most scenic spots in Newfoundland. The main town is set astride two islands (North and South Twillingate Island) connected by a causeway and bursting with gorgeous little fishing wharves, colourful houses and beautiful coastal views. It is delightfully picture perfect but one of its main draws is its location – right on the edge of what is known as ‘iceberg alley’. Enormous sheets of ice calve off the glaciers of the Greenland icesheet and the prevailing sea currents carry them down the coast of Newfoundland and Labrador. In the spring and early summer the gigantic blocks of ice float majestically past and can be seen from the land and, of course, up close in a boat.