Saint Pierre and Miquelon
Saint Pierre and Miquelon is a French archipelago south of the Canadian island of Newfoundland. Sparsely populated Miquelon-Langlade island contains the Grand Barachois lagoon, home to seabirds and seals. The busier Saint Pierre island has a distinct French atmosphere, with a cathedral and the Musée Heritage, which celebrates regional history. An island nearby, Île-aux-Marins, features an abandoned fishing village.
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An answer to your question- what to see in Saint Pierre and Miquelon is Pioneer Island. You get to this mesmerizing place via 5-minute ferry transportation. Ile-Aux-Marins is a community of pioneers and fishermen. One of the perfect things to do in Saint Pierre and Miquelon is to get transported back in time. When there were beautifully colored houses, old cemeteries, drying grounds for fish, unique churches, and schools.
Now that you know where is Saint Pierre and Miquelon; this place in it is a lovely spot for learning about its history, going for scenic walks, and enjoying local meals.
There are two museums on this beautiful island - L Arche Museum and Archives and Musee Heritage. Saint Pierre and Miquelon tourism are not well-done without the mention of the island history through the eyes of the museum. Saint Pierre and Miquelon people offer bilingual architectural walking tours inside the museums. When you visit Saint Pierre and Miquelon, you find a guillotine – the only one of a kind used in North America.
One of the masterpieces of Saint Pierre and Miquelon tourist attractions includes Pointe aux Canons. It is an 11-meter-long octagonal stone tower painted white with a red horizontal band in between. One of the few reasons to visit Saint Pierre and Miquelon is this lighthouse postcard-like view.
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