Fishing boats dock along the wharf in the small town of Brigus located along the Admiral's Coast Scenic Route on the Avalon Peninsula in Newfoundland, Canada. Discovered by settlers in the 1700's, this fishing town is nestled away along the coastal shores where houses, fishing stages and old rustic buildings line the waterfront.
In the center of town, quaint shops line the narrow, winding streets where historic buildings and landmarks make up the history of Brigus. About 700 people reside in this town, many whom are fishermen while others travel daily back and forth to St. John's, Newfoundland for employment.
While traveling the Admiral's Coast Scenic Route on the Avalon Peninsula, be sure to stop at the quaint fishing town of Brigus and enjoy the laid back lifestyle.... continue below the picture...
The town of Brigus, Highway 60, Admiral's Coast Scenic Route, Conception Bay, Avalon Peninsula, Newfoundland, Newfoundland Labrador, Canada.