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Montréal: 431 km
Québec: 203 km
- Cap-de-Bon-Désir Interpretation and Observation Centre (Parks Canada)
- Sentier de la plage
- Sentiers de la biodiversité
- Pointe à John, Archéo Topo Centre
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The village of Bergeronnes is famous for whale watching (from land or water), sea kayaking, seashore discovery activities, and camping on the shores of the St. Lawrence.
Visitors to this year-round ecotourism destination can enjoy hiking, cycling, fishing, sea kayaking and snowmobiling. An interpretation centre provides fascinating details of the 22 local archeological sites that make Les Bergeronnes one of Québec's top locations for archeology buffs. Hike to the rocky coastline of the Bon-Désir headland, watch for birds and giant marine mammals, and visit the Interpretation and Observation Centre.
The village puts on an annual Book Festival, Classical Music Festival, and the famous Festival de la Baleine bleue (Blue Whale Festival), and it has a year-round tradition of locally-sourced fine dining. Visit the Bergeronnes Visitor Information Centre for more information and ideas.