Saint Pierre and Miquelon

Parliamentary democracy (territory of France)
Saint Pierre and Miquelon
North America
242 km²
Local name:
Saint Pierre and Miquelon on the world map


Saint Pierre and Miquelon is an island state in the North Atlantic about 25 km south of Newfoundland. The dwarf state has a total area of only 242 km² (93 mi²) and a total coastline of 120 km (74.6 mi). This land area is about 1.4 times the size of Washington, D.C. Saint Pierre and Miquelon is thus one of the smallest countries in the Americas by area and ranked 217th worldwide.

Besides the two main islands, the country has about 20 other small islands. Saint Pierre and Miquelon has no direct neighbours. The distance between New York City and the Capital Saint-Pierre is about 1,580 km (982 mi).




The currency in Saint Pierre and Miquelon is the Euro (EUR).
1 Euro is divided into 100 Cent.
Status: 01/21/2022
1 US Dollar = 0.88 Euro
1 Euro = 1.13 US Dollar

The climate in Saint Pierre and Miquelon

A moderate climatic zone determines the weather in Saint Pierre and Miquelon. As usual in the northern hemisphere, the days in the summer months are not only warmer but also longer. Depending on the season, the average daytime temperatures range between -0 and 20 degrees. In the colder months, the average night temperatures drop down to -5 °C.

Average daytime and nighttime temperatures
Average daytime and nighttime temperatures in Saint Pierre and Miquelon


Exportations:6.6 M $
Importations:95.4 M $
Unemployment rate:8.7 %
Energy consumption:42.8 M kWh


Roadways:117 km

Most important cities

CityCountry PartPopulation
Saint-Pierre / CapitalSaint-Pierre5,420

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