Contact informations

424, rue de la Mer,
Les Bergeronnes (Québec)
G0T 1G0

Phone: 418 232-6244
Fax: 418 232-6602
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Tourisme Côte-Nord

Population 700
Make the most of your stay in this prime ecotourism destination and take part in a whale-watching excursion, a sea kayaking expedition or marine interpretation activities with Explos-Nature. The Pointe à John outdoor recreational centre also offers exciting marine activities. 

Enjoy the exceptional views of the sea from its various campsites—you will wake up to the sounds of the whales. This peaceful village is bustling with cultural activities and will welcome you with open arms. Discover this area’s rich heritage at the Archéo Topo Interprétation Centre and the Cap-de-Bon-Désir Interpretation and Observation Centre

The Blue Whale Festival is one of the oldest festivals in Québec, while the Festival intime de musique classique, a classical music festival, delights music lovers every year in one of Québec’s most beautiful wooden churches, the Notre-Dame-de-Bon-Désir Church (built in 1915). Nature lovers have many activities to choose from including picking wild berries, enjoying a stay in an outfitter camp and hiking or cycling on a multipurpose trail, Le Morillon, which runs alongside the St. Lawrence. Stop in at the tourist welcome bureau for more information about all the activities, attractions and lodging options offered in Les Bergeronnes.

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