About St. Martins

If you’ve never been to the Village of St. Martins in southern New Brunswick, it really is a must-see. This quaint and charming coastal fishing town has become one of the hot spots for tourists travelling through the east coast.

St. Martins is nested on the Bay of Fundy in Saint John County and is known for being the third-largest shipbuilding town in the Maritime Provinces even though today tourism is the leading industry in the village.

The Bay of Fundy is known for having the highest tides in the world which rise and fall every 6 hours and 13 minutes, creating new times for the tides every day. Checking the Tidal Chart when planning your excursions is definitely recommended.

Suspension Bridge over Big Salmon River in St. Martins

The most popular of these attractions is the St. Martins Sea Caves where tourists and local residents enjoy exploring caves and the sea floor whenever the tide goes out.

Other attractions are the various beaches, including the gorgeous Duck Pond Beach located just outside of the town, Tidal Harbour, Fundy Trail Parkway, 2 Covered Bridges, and the Quaco Head Lighthouse.

St. Martins Caves

As a fishing town, St. Martins of course always has fresh-caught seafood available to buy and bring back for you to cook yourself, or for you to order at any of the large selection of high-quality restaurants in the village.

To learn more about the village of St. Martins or for more specific details about any of the tourist attractions and events in the area, visit stmartinscanada.com.

Aerial View of a Lighthouse in St. Martins

Tide Times For St. Martins

A Few Things To Do

Old Home Week

An annual community celebration that is held every 3rd full week of July in the Village of St. Martins.

Fundy Sea Shanty Festival

This international festival, the only one of its kind in Atlantic Canada, will be anchored in the quaint fishing village of St. Martins.