The population of southern Labrador (Atlatic Canada) is located in the fishing villages along the coast of the Strait of Belle Isle and the Labrador Sea. Once an important and rich area of cod fishing, today it is only a sleepy region facing a challenge of the economic survival. However, you can find there some interesting places. On my journey, I visited L'Anse Amour, burial place from 7500 years ago. It is reportedly the oldest known grave in North America. In southern Labrador it is not difficult to find whales, dolphins, shipwrecks as well as enjoy the beauty of the icebergs. But most interesting is the Battle Harbour Island with restored old fishing village.