The Portail Pélagie-Cormier is the arrival building on the wharf that is located in the heart of Havre-Saint-Pierre. It acts as a cruise ship terminal and is undoubtedly a great place to go to on a one-day stopover with a cruise ship.
The building has recently been expanded and renovated, it now offers a spectacular view that reflects the treasures encountered in the region. On the ground floor, you will find two permanent exhibitions Hommage à Roland Jomphe and Aborder les îles enchanteresses, both presented by Parks Canada.
This place houses the Havre-Saint-Pierre tourist information office, the Mingan Archipelago National Park Reserve of Canada Reception and Interpretation Center, the Café Marianne as well as the office of Services Maritimes Boréal.
Complimentary Wi-Fi is accessible everywhere in the building; also, there are four computers for guests use.
The port of Havre-Saint-Pierre administrative offices are located on the second floor where there are 2 rooms to rent for meetings and events, including one available to welcome the crew members coming from the cruise ships. A large roof terrace is accessible to all guests through this room or directly from outside.
The Portail Pélagie-Cormier has everything a visitor needs during its stay in our region.