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Montréal: 617 km
Québec: 388 km
Tourisme Côte-Nord promotes sites that allow you to do outdoor activities. Users are responsible for their own safety and for anyone else they are responsible for. Outdoor activities come with risks and it's the user's responsibility to make sure they respect what their physical limit is, as well as any regulations on site.
Nestled between mountains and sea in the heart of the Panorama sector, the village of Godbout will enchant you with its beauty and tranquility.
Set 2 km (1.24 mi.) back from Route 138, this tourist village charms young and old alike with two magnificent fine-sand beaches, fishing from the old wharf, numerous easily accessible panoramic sites, a one-of-a-kind salmon ladder, magical waterfalls and salmon and trout fishing areas.
Gazebos equipped with tower viewers allow you to have a picnic and observe the whales, seals and seabirds that come to feed just offshore in Godbout Bay.
The ferry dock, great sites for watching marine mammals from land, and a variety of accommodation and restaurant options, are sure to meet all your expectations.