A stay in an archipelago is a trip with drawers, especially in Saint-Pierre and Miquelon where the islands are so close and so easy to access in the summer season. From one island to another, the atmosphere and landscapes change and each time it is a new experience completely different from the previous one. A piece of advice that cannot be repeated enough: do not visit Saint-Pierre without seeing Miquelon!
Facing Saint-Pierre, the small city, Miquelon seems immense and wild. In the middle of summer, the “Big Island” is like an Eden far away from the hustle and bustle. Here, the tides and the herds of horses set the pace. All you have to do is let yourself be won over by this unspoiled beauty. Plan two days for these Miquelon must-sees.