The Québec maritime Blog

What to See and Do on Vacation in Percé

   |   By Nathalie Le Coz

From Sainte-Flavie, Route 132 loops around the coastline of the Gaspé Peninsula. Whether you drive around the north side of the region in a clockwise direction or head south towards Chaleur Bay, you will eventually wind up in Percé, at the tip of the peninsula, where you will fall under the spell of an exceptionally beautiful area.

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Giants Built by Humans

   |   By Le Québec maritime

Did you know that over 97% of the electricity produced in Québec is from renewable sources? During your stay in our regions, find out more about the history of electricity in Québec and the power-generating giants built in our regions.

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A Vast Cultural Mosaic

   |   By Jean-Marie Fallu

Settlement in the maritime regions of Québec was based on geographic location and coveted natural resources. Over time, people came from just about everywhere to the shores of the Gulf and St. Lawrence Estuary, hoping for a better future. Discover a vast cultural mosaic!

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Watch the Spring and Fall Bird Migrations

   |   By Mikaël Jaffré

Due to their geographical location, the maritime regions of Québec see a high concentration of various types of birds. Here are some great places to go bird watching in the maritime regions of Québec during the migratory periods in the spring and fall.

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