Places like the Îles de la Madeleine tend to attract eccentric folks, and they don't get much more interesting than flamboyant fisher Claude, who preserves Madelinot traditions through storytelling and singing at th…
This 12km stretch of windswept sand pretty much feels like the edge of the world (outside of a mid-August sand castle festival). Be careful swimming, as there are no lifeguards around.
This thoughtful little museum covers Madelinot history from Jacques Cartier's impressions of walruses to photographic exhibitions on the modern-day seal hunt.
It's small and not particularly overwhelming, but this aquarium is run with love and care, and the 'petting pool' is a popular stop.