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Become one of the lighthouse keepers of l'Ile aux Perroquets for one night.
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Become one of the lighthouse keepers of l'Ile aux Perroquets for one night.

Closure of the Auberge-Inn de l'Île aux Perroquets for the 2020 season.

It is with regret that we announce that the Corporation of Île aux Perroquets has made the decision to close the inn on Île aux Perroquets as well as the site of the Lighthouse Station for the 2020 season.

The directives issued by the various levels of government in matters of public health and transportation make the operation of the inn impossible while ensuring respect for social distancing and restrictions in transportation.

All customers who have confirmed reservations will be contacted. We sincerely apologize for not being able to welcome you this year.

Rest assured that we will do everything to be able to welcome you and renew your experience at the Auberge de l’Île aux Perroquets from spring 2021. Do not hesitate to contact us if you need more of information.

Thank you for your understanding.

The board of directors
Corporation of Île aux Perroquets.
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Auberge de l'Île aux perroquets

Île aux Perroquets is a true islet, covering a very small area and affording limited access – which makes the pleasure and privilege of putting foot ashore all that much greater. For visitors, the island has an absolutely unique, high quality experience in store for them, beginning just as soon as they behold the gulf’s vast spaces stretching out before them or when they discover the island’s storied history of shipwrecks and remarkable characters.

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The corporation

The Corporation de l’Île aux Perroquets (CÎP) was founded in 2010 for the purpose of protecting, presenting and revitalizing the Île aux Perroquets lighthouse station. As such, the island and its facilities represent a breathtaking gateway at the western end of the Mingan Archipelago, considered a leading tourist attraction and branding image for the North Shore. Work restoring the buildings ended in October 2013, and now, after more than 30 years of near total neglect, this jewel has been restored to life.