Gaspésie

Embraced by the rich waters of the Gulf of Saint Lawrence, the Gaspé port off call will captivate you with its jagged cliffs, endless coastline and breathtaking mountains. Featured on National Geographic's list of «must-see» places in the world, the region is home to picturesque coastal villages, charming maritime architecture, awe-inspiring national parks, world-famous hospitality and diverse wildlife, including moose, caribou, whales, seals and more. Explore nature at its best at Forillon National Park, be amazed at the thousands of northern gannets that flock to Bonaventure Island, and take in the wonder that is Percé Rock, one of he largest natural arches in the world. Experience the trip of a lifetime on the one and only Gaspé Peninsula.

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What to do

  • Forillon National Park of Canada

    122 Boulevard de Gaspé
    Gaspé, Quebec, CANADA

  • Bonaventure Island and Percé Rock National Park

    4 rue du Quai
    Percé, Quebec, CANADA

  • Musée de la Gaspésie and Gespeg Micmac Interpretation Site

    783 Boulevard Pointe-Navarre
    Gaspé, Quebec, CANADA

  • Percé UNESCO Global Geopark

    180 route 132 Ouest
    Percé, Quebec, CANADA

  • Vieille Usine de l’Anse-à-Beaufils

    55 Rue à Bonfils
    Anse-à-Beaufils, Quebec, CANADA

  • Birthplace of Canada

    179 montée Wakeham
    Gaspé, Quebec, CANADA