Fluffy, white clouds float over the hills where the ancient fishing town of Brigus on the Avalon Peninsula in Newfoundland Labrador is situated. Fishing boats docked along the coastal shores of the town are used daily as a majority of the residents in Brigus making a living as fishermen.
A peaceful location to enjoy while traveling along the Admiral's Coast Scenic Route on the Avalon Peninsula. A town first discovered by settlers in the 1700's now has winding, narrow streets which make their way through the town where visitors can view historic sites and browse through quaint shops.
The town of Brigus , Highway 60, Admiral's Coast Scenic Route, Conception Bay, Avalon Peninsula, Newfoundland, Newfoundland Labrador, Canada.