Map of Newfoundland
The Best Way to Find your Way Around and to know where you are located is with a Map of Newfoundland and Labrador!
The globe to the left shows the position of Newfoundland relative to the rest of the earth. Newfoundland is located in the Atlantic Ocean between the 46th and 61st parallels with most of the land below the 50th parallel. To the east are Europe and Africa, and to the west is North America, and to the South is South America.
Newfoundland lies in the mouth of the Gulf of St. Lawrence and the larger part called Labrador is located in the Eastern Part of Canada, adjacent to Quebec.
Newfoundland is the most easterly province in Canada, and is made up of two parts - the island of Newfoundland and the larger mainland part of Labrador.
Area of the Island of Newfoundland - 111,390 sq km
Area of Labrador - 294,330 sq km
The distance from the farthest point of the island Newfoundland in the North to Cape Race in the south is a little over 1700 kilometres, and the distance east to west is approximately 500 km. In the mainland part of the province, Labrador the distances are much greater.
A political map of Newfoundland and Labrador showing boundaries, the provincial capital, selected populated places with names, selected drainage with names and selected roads.