(Last Updated On: September 19, 2010)
St Pierre is a beautiful island. But, it’s also a small island with only a few roads. These roads can easily be experienced on a bike.
The local tourist center directed us to a B&B that also rented bikes. They weren’t the most desirable bikes and they certainly had their issues. Still, they were bikes. And off we went to experience St. Pierre.
We were sad to say goodbye to St. Pierre the following day. The French food and the French way of life are easily missed. But, it was time to head back to Newfoundland!
The map below shows our general biking route. The pink line marks our first ride north out of town. We then turned around, following our original route back into town. From there, we headed south west out of the town of St. Pierre, following the more southern route marked in yellow. We followed this to the end, and then followed the same road back until it split, at which point we took the more northern route.
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