Saint Pierre and Miquelon


Saint Pierre and Miquelon is a French archipelago south of the Canadian island of Newfoundland. Sparsely populated Miquelon-­Langlade island contains the Grand Barachois lagoon, home to seabirds and seals. The busier Saint Pierre island has a distinct French atmosphere, with a cathedral and the Musée Heritage, which celebrates regional history. An island nearby, Île-aux-Marins, features an abandoned fishing village.

Lie aux Marins

L'Île-aux-Marins is a small island in the Atlantic Ocean. It is located off the coast of Saint-Pierre and Miquelon and was a commune until 1945, when it was annexed by the commune of Saint-Pierre. It is 1,500 metres long and its width varies from 100 to 400 metres.Wikipedia

Musée de l'Arche

National museum in Saint-Pierre, Saint Pierre and Miquelon

St. Pierre Cathedrale, Saint-Pierre

St. Pierre Cathedral is an early 20th-century church that served as the cathedral of the Roman Catholic Vicariate Apostolic of Iles Saint Pierre and Miquelon before it was dissolved in 2018. It is now part of the Roman Catholic Diocese of La Rochelle and Saintes. Wikipedia

Heritage Museum

Museum in Saint-Pierre, Saint Pierre and Miquelon

Transpacific Shipwreck

Historical place in Saint Pierre and Miquelon

Miquelon Island

Miquelon also known as Grande Miquelon, is one of the islands of the archipelago of Saint Pierre and Miquelon, an Overseas collectivity of France located in the Atlantic Ocean, 22 kilometres south of the coast of Newfoundland. Miquelon is situated between Le Cap Island to the north and Langlade Island to the south. Wikipedia


Miquelon-Langlade is the larger and less populated of the two communes making up the French overseas collectivity of Saint Pierre and Miquelon, located to the south of Newfoundland in the Gulf of St. Lawrence. It consists of three geological islands: Miquelon, Langlade and Le Cap, connected with tombolos. Wikipedia

Fortune Bay

A regular passenger ferry service is provided between Saint-Pierre and the Canadian town of Fortune, Newfoundland and Labrador. The ferry does not carry vehicles. ...The Ferry can transport 15 cars and 3 tractor trailers.

Morne de la Grande Montagne

Morne de la Grande Montagne is the highest point of Saint Pierre and Miquelon, an overseas collectivity of France located in the Atlantic Ocean, with an elevation of 240 metres. It is located near the center of Miquelon Island, which is also known as Grande Miquelon. Wikipedia

Grand Barachois, Miquelon Island


Grand Barachois is a large natural lagoon in Saint Pierre and Miquelon. It lies immediately south of Miquelon Island, and is formed largely by the 12 kilometre-long tombolo of La Dune.Wikipedia