Named in memory of a French ship that sank in 1693, Corossol Island is one of the most important protected sanctuaries for marine birds in Eastern Canada due to the variety of species that nest there.
For this reason, the island is not accessible to visitors and boats must respect the 500-metre protected zone around the island. Relics of the sunken ship can be seen at low tide.

  • Area: 
    110 hectares
  • Perimeter: 
    5,8 km
  • Height: 
    79 meters
  • Distance from shore: 
    12,3 km