Our province is spectacular all along its 28,000 kilometres of coastline. That includes the coast of Labrador, major and minor islands. Especially on windy clear days, it stands out as one of natures wonders. If NL's coastline was not among the over half a million entries to the Seven Wonders of Canada contest, it is still one of the most beautiful natural features of the country.
For visitors who are not familiar with Newfoundland and Labrador, the picture above represents much of the provinces coastline, however, sandy beaches, cliffs, and gentle grassy slopes also adorn the island of Newfoundland and the Labrador coast. (that shot is Middle Cove, just outside St. John's and near the town of Torbay)
Here are some other places not often seen, but worth the look, and visit. More here.