While visiting Cupids it's possible to enjoy scenic walks with fine views of Cupids Harbour and Conception Bay.
Burnt Head Trail is a circular route running for 2.7km. Spectacle Head Trail, on the north side of the harbour, offers outstanding views of the bay from the cairn known as the American Man.
The museum within Cupids Legacy Centre ( www.cupidslegacycentre.ca) tells the story of the area's settlement and displays artefacts from excavations. The rooftop Faerie Garden, opened in 2010, offers fine views over the surrounding area.
The Cupids-based Perchance Theatre ( www.perchancetheatre.com), which has won a reputation for performing Shakespeare plays.
At Heart's Content, a 55km drive northwest of Cupids, it's possible to visit the Hearts Content Cable Station, where the first permanent transatlantic telegraph cable was landed in 1866.
Brigus, just 3km from Cupids, was the birthplace of the Arctic explorer, Captain Bob Bartlett, who accompanied the American Robert Peary on attempts to reach the North Pole. Bartlett's house, Hawthorne Cottage, is a National Historic Site of Canada.
Newfoundland & Labrador is home to four UNESCO World Heritage Sites: Gros Morne National Park, L'Anse aux Meadows National Historic Site, Red Bay National Historic Site and Mistaken Point.