Saint Pierre and Miquelon Highlights
cool, calm, laid-back, and very, very French -- overall, a "cheap" trip to Europe!
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In a nutshell
A must see for anyone visiting the Atlantic Region
St. Pierre et Miquelon is a department of France. It is a number of islands. However, only two of these are occupied; St. Pierre and Miquelon. Miquelon is the larger. St. Pierre is the capitol. A ferry runs between them.You can get to St. Pierre by a ferry from Fortune Newfoundland or a plane from St. John's, Newfoundland. When arriving you at St....more
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You can only get to Miquelon by boat. There are ferries running between St. Pierre and Miquelon. There are also ferries running between Fortune, a small town on the west side of the Burin Peninsula, and St. Pierre.
Visitors are required to clear customs to enter the French territory and to re-enter Canada.
You can book hotel and ferry tickets as a package with St. Pierre Tours Ltd. There is a toll-free number (800-563-2006) for a travel agency in St. John's Newfoundland.
St. Pierre Tours Ltd. is housed in the same building as the ferry office Fortune, Newfoundland. They also provide vehicle storage and shuttle service to the dock for a nominal fee.Related to:
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