In coastal regions, sceneries vary according to seasons and weather conditions, but also according to tides. A tide is the ascending and descending movement of the sea level caused by the attraction of the Moon on the water. Read more
Posts from the ‘Québec maritime’ Category
It’s a well-known fact that many people rely on other travellers’ stories and photos to choose their own vacation destinations. Have you already visited one or more regions in Québec maritime and have great stories to tell? Have you taken photos or videos of memorable moments? Why not share them with our readers? We look forward to hearing from you! Read more
For my first night in Percé, I choose Riôtel Percé. The hotel has several pavilions and most of the rooms offer views on Bonaventure Island, on Percé Rock, and sometimes both. The entrance hall is very welcoming, displaying works of Gilles Côté, a recognized painter from Gaspésie. His large colourful portraits make the atmosphere even warmer. Each room boasts reproductions and some originals of his paintings. Read more
As you may know, I’ll be visiting the maritime regions of Québec this summer to help you learn more about this destination. In order to facilitate my travels, I use the trip planner found on the Québec maritime website. Since this tool is practical for me—and I’m already familiar with our regions—I have no doubt that it will help you plan your trip and get an idea of where you’re going.