Cheap Flights to St Pierre

Cheap Flights to St. Pierre Airport

When you want a taste of Europe on this side of the pond, take a jaunt over to St. Pierre and Miquelon. This French territory consists of a small group of islands, principally St. Pierre, which is the more populated island, and Miquelon, which boasts Basque culture and wildlife. Remember to bring euros!

This territory is located off Newfoundland and Labrador, making it a perfect destination for Canadians. Use Skyscanner's monthly search tool to find the best time for a cheap flight to St. Pierre et Miquelon.

Getting to St Pierre Airport

You can catch a flight to St. Pierre airport only from the Canadian cities of St. John's, Montreal, and Halifax through Air St. Pierre. Generally, there two to three flights weekly to this territory.

It is recommended that Canadians have a passport to visit St. Pierre et Miquelon, but if you are arriving directly from Canada and will be staying less than 90 days, then official photo identification, such as a driver's licence or citizenship card, is also accepted.

What to Do in St. Pierre

Due to its small size, the best way to get around St. Pierre is by foot. The streets can be very sloped, making driving a little daunting, but renting a scooter may be the perfect go between.

Take a jaunt through their Marche Forain where you can find local produce, baked goods, meats, flowers, and artisan foods. 

Spend some time in the L'Arche Museum, where you can learn about the history of the island, from its fishing roots, to its wealth during Prohibition, and its current resurgence. Don't miss the guillotine, which was actually used!  

Not to be missed is a tour of the quaint Île aux Marins. This lovely island village, now abandoned, is located out in St. Pierre harbour. A guide will walk you along its colorful through colorful homes, a small schoolhouse museum, and its splendid church, built in 1874.

Small and friendly, make sure you pop into any of the number of local bistros and cafes to chat with the local and savour French cuisine.

When to Visit St. Pierre

Because of its location, St. Pierre never gets too warm to be uncomfortable - even in summer! However, you will notice a constant wind, meaning that you should have a jacket on hand.The best time to schedule a visit is between July and October, where temperatures are moderate and there is less rainfall.

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