Port of Sept-Îles Transfers Shuttles
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Along the icy shores of Quebec’s northeastern city of Sept-Îles, the tranquil fishermen town provides a simple oasis for those looking to enjoy the day. Covered with indigenous landmarks and exhibits, the area is steeped in Western-Innu culture - experience it all by having a ride that matches the region’s intimacy, choosing between a casual sedan, van or SUV to go on private drives through the outskirts, or consider meet-and-greet services best for drop offs at the heart of downtown, whether it be a casual taxi drop off or elegant limousine arrival. Public transportation is limited, though a couple ferry departures to surrounding islands is available, as is a pedestrian walkway perfect for those looking to take the afternoon slow - and last but not least, guests can also take a cultural train ride through the Innu village of ‘First Nations’.
Explore the region with excitement upon arrival, starting at the Kiosque d'interprétation de la Marina, the town’s main tourist information center located just outside the port and offering the best advice on how to enjoy the area. For a quick lesson on local culture, walk through the magnificent Museum Of The North Shore Region, a renowned space made famous for its animal dioramas along the city’s central Boulevard Laure, and offering a dramatic promenade view of the bay from du Vieux Quai. This tranquil urban path leads to such waterfront hangouts as the Edgar Café Bar and Parc du Vieux-Quai. For a true escape into the outskirts, travel to the distant north side of the region, looking forward to relaxed beach views from the Outdoor Center Las des Rapides, or head south on a small boat to reach the island isolation of La Ferme Maricole Purmer.