Bay Bulls, Newfoundland. A very quiet town with only a small number of town residents. A great scenic drive all the way along this route, you can see the ocean from the top of the hill, which looks amazing.
In the wintertime, this is a very popular place for Icebergs and all along the route.
The boats dock down at the bottom of the hill, where there is a bay and dock for large ships and boats that drop by.
For those of you who like small, quite towns, this one is great with friendly people all around.
Location of Bay Bulls:
Located about 30 kilometers from St. John's on Route 10 of the Southern Shore.
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Information About Bay Bulls:
* Bay Bulls is a friendly, lively town almost 400 years old.
* It was the first town to be identified in English on the map.
* Bay Bulls is the only town that has been attacked six times, once by the Dutch and 5 times by the French.
* It one of the oldest communities of the new world.
* Since the English appropriated the site around 1635, the area around Bay Bulls has been well known to mariners who ply the waters of the Atlantic Ocean.
* The town has been the site of many marine conflicts and pitched battles in their bay.
* There are many shipwrecks at the bottom of their bay as a result from historic battles. *** Bay Bulls is a 'must see' destination with much potential yet to be realized.