Getting here :
Different options are possible for travelling to the Côte-Nord region. As we often say, the road itself is already part of the trip, as you will discover along your way many incredible and changing landscapes. Take the time to observe the beauty and the diversity of these landscapes that make some of Quebec’s most unique and pristine areas.
By car: Follow road 138 (la route des baleines) direction East up to Noryak Adventures, located at KM 1201. (See here the route from Quebec city).
Rent a van for a "road trip" to Minganie visit: Le Baroudeur
By plane : Sept-Îles Airport, it is possible to rent a car from there.
Sept-Îles Airport (CYZV) 418 962-8211
Ferry boats :
Here are the ferry options for crossing the Saint-Lawrence from the south shore.
Intercar offers bus tickets from Montreal to Sept-Îles in one day. The bus gets to Havre-Saint-Pierre the next day.
Camping de la Minganie (418) 949-2307
Les maisonnettes des Iles (418) 949-2302
Mouth of the Romaine river
Le Macareux dodu for local seafood, quality meals and a nice view of the sea.
The club au Crabe at Cantine chez Nat.
Chez Julie’s restaurant is a great place to taste many different seafood dishes, including their special seafood pizza.
La promenade restaurant has a magnific view of the sea, quality seafood and variety of meals.
Le Capayou restaurant for it’s Capayou burger.
You can also simply find fresh seafood at the local Poissonnerie du Havre and savor them on one of the numerous beaches in Minganie.
In Baie-Johan Beetz
The general store, Les choix de Marguerite, is a nice place to take a coffee or to find organic and healthy food.
Le Goynish restaurant is well-known for it’s homemade smoked salmon.
Le Relais des Cayes Camping proposes a bar and a pleasant atmosphere
dishes inspired by it’s sourroundings.
Le café bistrot l'Échourie has an exceptionnal view on the sea, and a selection of beers, wine and many different dishes.