Contact informations

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

Phone: 418 232-6244
Fax: 418 232-6602
Contact us by e-mail info@bergeronnes.com

Activity period

Spring Summer Autumn Winter
Site web: http://www.bergeronnes.net
Tourisme Côte-Nord

Population 700\n\nA pioneer of whale-watching cruises, the Municipality of Les Bergeronnes is known for marine mammal observation, sea kayaking, the discovery of the seashore and its three magnificent campsites on the shores of the St. Lawrence. It is a summer and winter ecotourism destination where you can go hiking, biking, fishing, diving and snowmobiling.\n\nWith 32 archaeological sites, the Municipality of Les Bergeronnes is a Mecca of Quebec archeology. Four of them have been classified as of heritage interest and cover more than 8000 years of history. The human history of this territory tells us about the journey of First Nations, Basques and Euro-Canadians. To find out, just go to Center Archéo Topo.\n\nFrom the rocks of the Cap de Bon-Désir Interpretation Center, it is possible to see, only a few meters away, large marine mammals, practice bird watching and even visit an interpretation center.\n\nFor the more athletic, four trails allow you to ride a bike or walk through breathtaking landscapes in perpetual changes. The beach, the Grandes-Bergeronnes river and the St. Lawrence River are highlighted with respect for the environment.\n\nThroughout the municipality, several events take place during the year. The Festi-Livres, the Intimate Classical Music Festival, the Derby Demolition, the Lac Gobeil Crossing, the Autumn Market and the Blue Whale Festival are witness to the dynamism of the citizens involved in their community.\n\nThe grocery store, restaurants and bakery offer dishes with local flavors. In terms of accommodation, lodges, inns, campsites and motels offer accommodation for all tastes and budgets. More suggestions and advice at the Bergeronnes Tourist Office.

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