During Dunefest, camping is the main means of accommodation for festival-goers. Everyone comes with their equipment, tent and sleeping bag and camp not far from the festival at a place called “Les collines noires".
Located about two kilometers from the arrival of the Saint-Pierre/Langlade boat, the places are very popular during the weekend but everyone finds a place there.
Access is free, the association simply asks campers to respect the premises. Please keep in mind that there is a cleaning team on site once the festival is over ! Waste collection points are present on the site, campers are invited to make a small effort to deposit their garbage cans there and thus contribute to the preservation of the site.
Find attached the festival map in PDF format :
A little hollow or a big hunger... There is something for all tastes and all desires. The Eklectik association tries every year to highlight on its menu.
Depending on fishing season and if it was good , the association offers squid and cod, enough to delight the guests with local products. The traditional cod in a parmesan crust is a must, along with chili con carne. The menu is to be discovered on site, new dishes are offered each year (e.g. duck confit in 2022), keeping the classics: salads of all kinds, hot dogs, fresh sausages...
You will also find the local beer Miqu'ale from "la Brasserie de l'Anse" located in Miquelon, french wine, the Eklectik legendary punch and a variety of soft drinks.
Note: if you want a breakfast (pastries, coffee...), you will have to go to the café-restaurant Chez Janot, a must in Langlade
The main means of transportation to get to the Dunefest is by boat:
All timetables and prices for getting to the festival are available on the SPM Ferries website.
An alternative is to fly between Saint-Pierre and Miquelon. Timetables and fares are available on the Air Saint-Pierre website.
It is also possible to transport your vehicle between Saint-Pierre and Miquelon via TMSI or SPM Ferries. An improvised car parking on the dune allows you to park near the festival.
Find more information on existing tourist accommodation/activities in Miquelon-Langlade on Spm-tourisme.fr.
In order to ensure the protection of all in the event of an incident, the Red Cross association is present at the Dunefest site throughout the weekend.
Dry toilets are available on the festival site. Please follow the instructions posted on the toilets to keep them clean as long as possible and thus limit the cleaning chore for volunteers!
The showers are not yet available on the site, but it is possible to wash in a river close the festival site. Choose products with low environmental impact.
A ticket system is in place at the festival site for food and drink purchases. The means of payment accepted are cash, checks and credit card. There are three ATM in Saint-Pierre and one in Miquelon.
Note: tickets must be used during the festival. No refunds will be made once the festival is over.