First settled in 1750 by English and Irish fishermen and families, Fogo Island became a thriving and important fishing hub in colonial Newfoundland.
Today, the fishing industry is alive with local fishermen and fish processing. Fogo Island welcomes hundreds of tourists, artists and other businesses annually who come for business, pleasure or both.
During your stay you’ll find many attractions, historical landmarks, dining experiences and more. Below find a quick and non-exhaustive guide to the stunning sights, scenic spots and delightful delectables.