Visit Martin Bay and the Button Islands
Traveling to the northern reaches of coastal Labrador, you visit Martin Bay and the Button Islands.
Today offers a chance to continue your discovery of Labrador’s history as you travel up to the furthest reaches of its northern coast. Here you will visit Martin Bay, site of the only known landing of a German U-boat during World War II before continuing on to the Button Islands. Named after Thomas Button who explored them in 1612, the islands host an abundance of marine life and seabirds that flock to the nutrient rich waters of the continental shelf.