Capitaine Homard ('Captain Lobster') has been the local 'kilometer 0' since 1968. It serves great seafood beneath a Davy Jones' Locker–like ceiling, and offers internet access, camping and chalets.
The star of the town's art trail is the Centre d'Art Marcel Gagnon. Outside, the extraordinary sculpture Le Grand Rassemblement (The Great Gathering) has more than 100 stone figures filing out of the St Lawrence. Un…
The restaurant at Centre d'Art Marcel Gagnon dishes up pizza, pasta and a plethora of seafood, with an emphasis on big, creamy sauces, all served with a great view.
This 19th-century windmill offers free tastings of Shakespeare’s favorite tipple, mead, and has a small museum containing colonial and prehistoric aboriginal artifacts.