Besides the main town of Sept-Îles, this sector comprises Gallix and Clarke City in the west, Ferland in the north and Moisie in the east.
It is located on the shores of the baie des Sept Îles, facing Pointe-Noire, where you can see the Sept Îles archipelago that gave its name to the city. The largest island, Grande Basque, offers hiking trails and campgrounds. Several attractions can be visited in the Sept-Îles area like the Centre nature de Gallix where you can see black bears, wolves, lynxes and white-tailed deer. You can also visit the Centre d'interprétation de Clarke City in which you will discover the history of the village. The parc Aylmer-Whittom, the parc du Vieux-Quai and the parc de l'Archipel des Sept Îles await you for a few hours of fun and relaxation only a few steps from the city. For cultural visit, choose the Musée regional de la Côte-Nord, the Vieux-Poste, Shaputuan (an Innu cultural house) or the “La Patente” summer theater. You can also go bicycle riding along one of the many cycling paths, observe whales and do all kinds of sports activities. Sept-Îles has 10 deep-sea wharfs, so its harbour activity is very important.
Whether your are travelling for work or for fun, you won’t have any problem to find a hotel, motel or inn that will fit your needs.