Entry Island

Entry Island

Tiny and treeless, Entry Island is a charming little island featuring rolling green hills. It is home to a small number of families. Most are of Scottish descent. A trip to Entry Island is like discovering the archipelago a second time. 

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7 km2 of charms

To reach Entry Island, take the ferryboat and explore the Island on foot

Entry Island is the only inhabited island not connected to the rest of the island chain. Of Scottish and Irish descent, the Island's 100 isolated inhabitants live to the rhythm of the sea. The main economic activity of the Island is fishing.

The highest point of the Islands

Entry Island will charm you with its unspoiled nature, the shimmering colours of its landscape and its rounded hills. The summit of Big Hill, the highest point of the archipelago at 174 m, offers a truly breathtaking view.

Vache sur la Big Hill - Île d'Entrée
Île d'Entrée vue du Cap Alright
Pancarte Big Hill - Île d'Entrée
Randonnée pédestre - Île d'Entrée
Phare de l'Île d'Entrée
N.M. Ivan Quinn à l'Île d'Entrée
Falaises - Île d'Entrée

 

The main economic activity of the Island is fishing. Entry Island will charm you with its unspoiled nature, the shimmering colours of its landscape and its rounded hills. The summit of Big Hill, the highest point of the archipelago at 174 m, offers a truly breathtaking view. To reach Entry Island, take the ferryboat and explore the Island on foot. You may choose a random hike of a few hours or a day trip or even stay for several days. Please walk along the roadsides so that you do not disturb local traffic. You will be charmed by the tiny Anglican church, the lighthouse, the museum and the pastoral scenery. The Island has both a restaurant and a convenience store.

    Getting to Entry Island 

 

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