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Miquelon-Langlade, the nature island

The island of Miquelon is linked to Langlade by a 12 km long sandy isthmus (called La Dune), which was the scene of many shipwrecks. Since the 19th century, these islands have become the center of agricultural activities of the archipelago, with cultivation and breeding, but also a Mecca for coastal fishing. Scallops, lobster, goose and duck foie gras… these islands are full of delicious specialties!

One island, two villages...

The village of Miquelon, has been since the 19th century, the center of agricultural activities of the archipelago with culture and breeding, but also a high place for coastal fishing. Scallops, lobster, goose and duck foie gras, home-made brewery… the island is full of delicious specialties! Langlade, linked to Miquelon by a sandy isthmus called La Dune, is a vacation spot for the archipelago’s residents. Populated in summer and sleepy in winter, the inhabitants like to meet there to enjoy the pleasures of the beautiful season.


In the heart of nature

Looking for tranquility, hiking and observation?
With its landscapes of ponds, its beaches and its dunes as far as the eye can see, discover Miquelon-Langlade, a small paradise rich in fauna and flora. Come and contemplate this breathtaking nature and recharge your batteries…

Make a stop at

The Maison de la Nature

We recommend that you spend a few days in Miquelon to appreciate all its environmental potential and to take several eco-tours. It is at the Maison de la Nature, place des Ardilliers, in the center of the village, that you should go to book your tour. Take the opportunity to visit the 200 square meters of the interactive interpretation center.

Landscapes of peat bogs, boreal forest, dunes, lagoon or rocky outcrops… The sites are very varied. There are trails accessible to all, and others a little more physical. Before going for a walk, be sure that the chosen circuit corresponds to your aptitudes and that it will bring you only pleasure.