An unspoilt landscape and a sea dotted with islands make up the natural scenery of Tete-a-la-Baleine, a secluded part near the southeast coast of Quebec. Those going here can fly through Tete-a-la-Baleine Airport, located 2.9 miles of Tete-a-la-Baleine. Those looking for this port of entry can check it on the map between 50.716667 (latitude) and -59.333332 (longitude). It lies at an elevation of 107 feet above mean sea level, with a runway measuring 1,640 feet long.
Those looking to reach Tete-a-la-Baleine will find it accessible only by plane, snowmobile, or boat. Occasionally known as Whale Head, Michael Kenty settled here in the 19th century after he purchased the local trading post from Labrador Company. Those living here now stay on the mainland due to its proximity to resources such as wood and food. Some residents, however, move back and forth on the islands in summer and then back to the mainland for the winter.
Air Labrador, the only airline plying the routes to this part of Quebec, connects passengers with the areas of Blanc-Sablon, Saint-Augustin, La Tabatiere, Chevery, La Romaine, Kegaska, and Natashquan.