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Roland-Jomphe Cultural House

© Daniel Pineault

Maison de la culture Roland-Jomphe

This old general store houses a permanent exhibit whose theme is “the other story,” which timelines the history of Havre-Saint-Pierre from its founding through today. Located right near the port, this interpretive centre offers the opportunity to learn even more about how the local Cayens live, either at your own pace during a self-guided visit or by enjoying the guided tour. Come walk through history!

On the beach, Havre-Saint-Pierre

© Charlotte Cormier


This gold sand beach stretches for kilometres. It is an invitation to relax. Whether you choose to sunbathe or walk along the water’s edge, pristine tranquillity is your constant companion, as are the sound of waves gently lapping the shore and perhaps the occasional whale swimming along the coastline.

Aerial view, Havre-Saint-Pierre

© Yvette et Jules Orban, CLD Minganie

“Montagne ronde” lookout

The “round mountain” looks out over the islands of the Mingan Archipelago, the beach and town of Havre-Saint-Pierre, delivering a superb panoramic view. Take a moment to feast your eyes on this spectacular beauty.

Portail Pélagie-Cormier Terminal

© Charlotte Cormier


Need some information while you visit? The Portail Pélagie-Cormier terminal is the place for finding what you want and your way around. It houses the municipal and regional tourism information centre, the reception desk, and two permanent Parks Canada exhibits on local poet Roland Jomphe and on the region’s islands. The terminal is also home to the offices of boat operators, where visitors can secure transportation to the Minganie’s national parks and other travel services. The people at Portail Pélagie-Cormier will provide you with all the information you need to make your stay enjoyable. Or simply drop in to relax and breathe in the surroundings. The terminal is conveniently located between the marina and the port.

Boutique of Art «Le Reflet artistique de la Minganie»

© Charlotte Cormier

As you hike along the “early settlers trail,” take a moment to step inside this art gallery. It displays the paintings or reproductions of a local self-taught painter who has captured the natural beauty of the Minganie region and the lives of its inhabitants.

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