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Culture and Traveler's Guide
Experience a Cajun paradise...Iberia Parish. With its unique culture and history,
offers visitors a place where past and present mingle in true Southern splendor. From
the historic district in New Iberia featuring Shadows-on-the-Teche and Episcopal Church of the
Epiphany to the world famous
Factory on Avery Island, Iberia Parish has something for
everyone. Enjoy a quiet stroll through
Live Oak Gardens
on Jefferson Island or the excitement
of an airboat tour on Lake Fausse Pointe. Indulge your passion for birding in Jungle Gardens.
Tour the oldest rice mill in the United States, Conrad Rice Mill. Then browse through Konriko
Company Store. The Jeanerette Museum features a pictorial history of the 200-year-old sugar
cane industry. In Delcambre, view South Louisiana's shrimp fleet. Iberia Parish has fishing and
golfing, antique shopping, bed & breakfast inns, campgrounds, a state park, fairs and
For more information, contact:
Iberia Parish Convention & Visitors Bureau.
Louisiana Office of Tourism.
Area Culture and Traveler's Guide, with a Tour
Listings for Travelers: Attractions, Dining, Lodging and More
Geography and Statistics
- Our population is 68297 people in 25472 households.
- The land area is 575.2 square miles (368113 acres);
the water area is 455.8 square miles (291685 acres).
- Iberia Parish is located at latitude 29.79 degrees North, longitude 91.78 degrees West.
- More Census Information and Mapping
Come visit, we'll make it worth your while.
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