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Quebec – Sept-Iles

Quebec – Sept-Iles  is a charming city located in Quebec, Canada, situated at the confluence of the Saint Lawrence River and the Gulf of Saint Lawrence. It is a perfect destination for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts, as it offers a wide range of activities such as hiking, fishing, kayaking, and whale watching. The city is also home to several museums, including the Musée régional de la Côte-Nord, which showcases the region’s cultural and natural history. Don’t forget to try the local cuisine, which includes fresh seafood and traditional Quebecois dishes.

Things to do in Quebec – Sept-Iles

Vieux-Quai District

Vieux-Quai District

Acting as the town’s historic center, this neighborhood is at the heart of Sept-Îles’ rich history. First inhabited by the Innu people, the district’s strategic location within Sept-Îles’ bay soon attracted explorers and fishermen who hunted, fished and trapped in the area. It therefore comes to no surprise that a trading outpost was permanently established by the French as early as 1679.

Grande Basque Island

Grande Basque Island

With its 12 km (7.5 mi) of hiking trails, secluded sandy beaches, crystal clear waters, the island really is an adventurers’ paradise. Insightful interpretation panels scattered all around the island and well-situated observation points offering breathtaking views on the city and its surroundings complete the island’s nature bid. Rustic campsites, an interpretation centre and a dock are among the many amenities that animate the island from mid-June to early-September.

Corossol Island's Bird sanctuary

Corossol Island's Bird sanctuary

The islands have long been a bird nesting paradise. For this reason, and to bird watchers’ pleasure, measures were soon undertaken to protect the islands’ rightful inhabitants and prevent them from abandoning their shores by setting up a bird sanctuary that now encompasses Corossol and Manowin Islands as well as De Quen Islets. Among the islands’ most famous inhabitants, the Razorbill, commonly referred to by locals as The Little Penguin, is particularly fond of the islands’ bountiful waters and comes back yearly to fish and lay.

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