Its Bay of Fundy, along the southern coast, is a feeding ground for whales and migratory birds and has the highest tides in the world. Every 6+ hours the tides change dramatically, revealing or concealing the ocean floor.
Start a romantic journey to New Brunswick by taking the overnight train (sleeper car, of course) west from Montreal to this Maritime province.
This "castle-by-the-sea" has been welcoming honeymooners and other romantics to New Brunswick since 1889.
This easy-going seaside New Brunswick town by the Bay of Fundy is a scenic place for romantics to stroll. Take a look.
Considered one of Canada's top ten public gardens, Kingsbrae Garden has a variety of romantic settings for weddings, picnics, or simply stealing a kiss.
The top-rated inn in New Brunswick, Kingsbrae Arms is a member of the prestigious Relais & Chateau group. Its ten rooms are exquisite, and meals are truly gourmet.
The outdoors is one of the major attractions in New Brunswick for romantics. Down by the wharf in St. Andrews, couples can sign up for a morning of easy kayaking or a whale-watching trip that sails into the Bay of Fundy.
The romantic Quoddy Loop on the western arm of the Bay of Fundy spans Maine and New Brunswick. Attractions along the way include FDR's Campobello home, ferry rides, the Chocolate Museum, and more.
After touring FDR's summer home at Campobello, romantics can follow trails that wind though the waterfront property.
I can't say that the 45th Parallel Restaurant serves the best lobster roll in New Brunswick I haven't tasted them all. But this one is the best I've consumed to date.