SPM Travel Options
Private and Corporate Jets
Private Jets flying to Saint-Pierre & Miquelon should contact the local Airport Authorities (Service de l'Aviation Civile) for procedures and clearance.
Saint-Pierre & Miquelon's Government Ferry
The local government operates a ferry called Le Cabestan that runs between Saint-Pierre and Miquelon as well as Fortune.
For more information about this ferry, contact them directly: cg975.fr
Drive to ... FRANCE !
Whether You Live in America or Canada, You Can Drive to France!
If road trips are your favourite means of travel, then get out your maps and drive to Fortune Newfoundland, leave your car on the Canadian side of the border and take a ferry over to Saint-Pierre & Miquelon... FRANCE.
From the United States of America
Drive to Nova Scotia from Maine via New Brunwick. Drive to North Sydney, Cape Breton island, Take ferry to Argentia or Port aux Basques.
Drive Interstate 95 North to the Canadian border, Trans Canada 2 East in New Brunswick to Nova Scotia. Drive to North Sydney, Cape Breton island, Take ferry to Argentia or Port aux Basques.
From the East Coast of Canada
Two ferries link Nova Scotia to Newfoundland. For more information contact Marine Atlantic www.marine-atlantic.ca or call 1-800-341-7981.
From North Sydney, Cape Breton, to Argentia, then to Fortune on the Burin Peninsula.
From North Sydney, Cape Breton, to Port aux Basques, then to Fortune on the Burin Peninsula
Via Car From Newfoundland
From Saint John’s. Take the Trans Canada 1, to Provincial Highway 210, Southwest on Provincial Highway 210, Southwest on 220 to Fortune.
From Argentia. Northeast on Provincial Highway 100, Northwest on Trans Canada 1 to Provincial Highway 210, Southwest on Provincial Highway 210, Southwest on 220 to Fortune.
From Port aux Basques. West on Provincial Highway 470 to Trans Canada 1, East on Trans Canada 1 to Provincial Highway 210, Southwest on Provincial Highway 210 to Provincial Highway 220 to Fortune
Ancient Mariner Experience!
Set Sail for Saint-Pierre & Miquelon
Sailing to Saint-Pierre & Miquelon during the summer months can be an incredibly fun and challenging experience.
Sailing information for Saint-Pierre & Miquelon can be found in Canadian Federal Publications: Sailing Directions, Newfoundland, East & South Coasts.
Nautical charts are also published by the Canadian Government.
Want direction to this information? Just click on the links below. Bon Voyage!
- Boating Resources (Federal Publications)
- Nautical Charts (Federal Publications)