Plan Your Visit
Niagara’s South Coast is 140 km or 90 minutes from the GTA, 200 km or 2 hours from London, and only 6.5 miles or 18 minutes from downtown Buffalo. At these distances, our destination is just far enough away to feel like a great escape. Whether you’re visiting for the first or fiftieth time, you deserve to be in the know. Pages on weather and seasons, getting here, and safe travel provide useful information to help you plan ahead.
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Between the three municipalities on Niagara’s South Coast, there are more than seven locally-owned cafes, each with an aesthetic and menu that differ from the next. The cafe culture here is something unique, and I assure everyone not to miss out on it when they visit Wainfleet, Port Colborne, or Fort Erie.
Port Colborne, ON ― Despite the many setbacks caused by COVID-19, Niagara will see a familiar tourism organization return with a refreshed brand and a renewed purpose. Niagara’s South Coast was started in 2012 to represent the interests of hospitality and tourism...
The end of August doesn’t mean the end of summer, even though almost everyone would agree the two go together like sun and sand. Nothing reminds us of this more than those obnoxious back-to-school commercials. Here in Niagara’s South Coast, we refuse to accept that...
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