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Sept-Îles Travel guide
Sept-Îles : Michelin's recommendations
This dynamic city occupies a superb site in a large, almost circular bay on the north shore of the Gulf of St. Lawrence. Protected by islands at its mouth, the bay remains navigable during all seasons, allowing for industrial activity throughout the year. Majestic scenery and fantastic sunsets reign over the Bay. Sept-Îles is one of the largest municipalities in Quebec. Boat tours of the islands are not to be missed; also make a point of visiting the town of Port Cartier.
Tourist attractions Sept-Îles : Things to see and do
500 bd Laure CDN - Sept-Îles G4R 1X7
Devoted to showcasing the regional heritage, the museum of art and history hosts temporary exhibitions and a permanent display which describes the Northern Shore and the successive waves of settlers. Rich in artefacts from archaeological digs carried..
Arnaud Av. CDN - Sept-Îles G4R
A boardwalk lines the magnificent bay of Sept-Îles. Seafood enthusiasts can sample and buy shrimp and crab, while enjoying a leisurely stroll along the wharf. The shelters along the boardwalk display crafts by local artisans.
Traversier - Maison du tourisme de Sept-Îles CDN - Sept-Îles G4R 4K1
Located closest to the city, La Grande Basque is the only island that has been developed for hiking, picnicking and camping. Numerous trails meander through grandiose and varied landscapes: huge rocky ridges, immense cliffs and a peat bog. Beautiful ..