St Pierre and Miquelon
Ferry services between St Pierre, Miquelon and Fortune, Newfoundland.
Phone: 1 709-832-3455
Service de l’Aviation Civile.
Phone: 0508 41 18 00
Fax : 0508 41 18 18
Harbour Office. Saint-Pierre : 05 08 41 09 74 or 05 08 55 13 21 From outside France 011 (508) 41 09 74 or 011 (508) 55 13 21
Why Visit US?
It’s been 10 years since we first developed this website for travel and tourism information about Saint-Pierre and Miquelon.
Our aim is to have an accessible, informative and easy to use website that meets the needs of travellers and tourists. We have an improved website, designed with a fresh new look and user-friendly navigation as well as new graphics and layout.
The site features reservation inquiry forms for each hotel, bed and breakfast and restaurant listed as well as weather updates and social media links.
We use the €, we speak European French, we love wine and baguette.
We're only 800 mi from Boston, 12 mi from Newfoundland. In fact, it's the only place you can see Canada from France!
We're proud to say there are no fast-food chains, no pollution, no traffic lights.
Just like our neighbours, we're know for our friendliness and sense of community
It’s been 10 years since we first developed this website for travel and tourism information about Saint-Pierre and Miquelon. Our aim is to have an accessible, informative and easy to use website that meets the needs of travellers and tourists. We have an improved website, designed with a fresh new look and user-friendly navigation as[…]
Why won’t you join our Facebook Fan Page? We have over 5000 fans, friends and visitors past and present from around the world. We often share photographs, albums as well as answer questions and public articles from travel sites. The page is officially bilingual but also publishes content in other languages as well as they[…]
Google Maps offer a good quality overview of the islands of Saint-Pierre and Miquelon and has clearly improved of late. Not only does Google offer good resolution satellite imagery, the map offers a good quality layout of the towns of Saint-Pierre and of Miquelon. Street View is not available.
A law passed in May 2009 (Article 58, 2009-594) by France’s parliament eased requirements for marriage between foreign citizens on French soil. According to the new law, a civil marriage between two non-citizens will be possible if the following requirements are met: (a) A letter, signed and dated by both future spouses must be written[…]
“Sixteen miles off the coast of Newfoundland and just 800 miles from Boston lie the tiny islands of St. Pierre and Miquelon, the last vestiges of the colonial empire of New France. Though these islands are 3,000 miles from Paris, they’re French in every way. Residents celebrate Bastille Day, vote in French elections and pay[…]