- Camping municipal Le Paradis
- Bureau d'information touristique de Port-Cartier
- Bureau d'accueil touristique de Pointe-aux-Anglais
- Musée Louis-Langlois
- Parc de la Taïga, jardin indigène (sentier)
- Plage de Pointe-aux-Anglais
- Port-Cartier (Pointe-aux-Anglais)
- Port-Cartier (Rivière-Pentecôte)
- Ville de Port-Cartier (piste cyclable)
- Parc de la Taïga
- Promenade du P’tit Quai
- Promenade du P’tit Quai (sentier)
- Circuit patrimonial de Shelter Bay
- Circuit patrimonial de Shelter Bay (sentier)
- Parc de la plage Rochelois
- Rochelois Park and Beach
- Piste Girard à Vachon
- Tourisme Port-Cartier
- Rivière-Pentecôte Beaches
- Île McCormick Beach
- Défilé de Noël de Port-Cartier
- Marché d'automne de Port-Cartier| Fall market
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Montréal: 667 km
Québec: 438 km
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Population see Port-Cartier
Bordered by an 11-km beach of fine sand, the village of Pointe-aux-Anglais owes its name to a shipwreck that occurred offshore in the era of New France. Learn the fascinating story of this major maritime disaster, and much more, at the Louis-Langlois Museum.
Early summer is the perfect time to fish for capelin, those small silver fish that come to spawn on nearby beaches by the thousands.
Local points of interest include: the 100-year-old church cemetery behind Saint-Paul-de-la-Pointe-aux-Anglais, and a hiking trail along the beach. There is also a rest area nearby.
Ice cream lovers (or anyone wanting to beat the heat) should stop at the village convenience store for a delicious cold treat!