Places to stay in Trepassey, Newfoundland
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Trepassey is a small fishing village in Trepassey Bay on the Avalon Peninsula of Newfoundland and Labrador. Trepassey originates from the French word trepasses, meaning the 'dead or departed'. It is believed that it acquired this name due to the many shipwrecks that have occurred off its coast. Also on the Brittany coast of France there is a Baie des Trepasses. Trepassey is the name of the harbour, the bay and the community.
Wondering where to stay? Lodging options in the community are mainly limited to Bed and Breakfast type accommodations. If you are travelling in the area, Trepassey is located close to Seal Cove, Black Duck Pond, Portugal Cove Point, Drifters Cove and Cape Race River.
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Spanish, Portuguese and French fishermen visited the area in the early 1500s. Early English settlement attempts failed, and it was not until the latter part of the 1600s that the French settled the area. Later fishermen from the West Country of England arrived, to be followed by large numbers of Irish and by the 1770s the Irish formed the majority of the population.
Other local Trepassey information.
- Longitude: -53°21'47.999
- Latitude: 46°44'12.000
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