Quebec maritime

Covered bridge in Amqui

Photo: Jean-Guy Lavoie

Percé Rock, Île-Bonaventure-et-du-Rocher-Percé National Park

Photo: Pietro Canali

Banc-de-Pêche-de-Paspébiac Historic Site

Photo: Marc Loiselle

La Martre Lighthouse

Photo: Pietro Canali

Chic-Chocs Mountains

Photo: Sépaq
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Gaspésie

Immerse yourself in breathtaking scenery and encounter abundant wildlife

Recognized by National Geographic Traveler as one of Canada's 50 Places of a Lifetime, Gaspésie gives you the opportunity to discover four national parks; famous Percé Rock; the world's most accessible northern gannet colony; a UNESCO World Heritage Site; moose; summits over 1000 metres (3300 feet) high; lighthouses; Chaleur Bay, one of the most beautiful bays in the world; remarkable historic sites and more. Learn more
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Percé: The Pearl of Gaspésie

Presented by: Ville de Percé
From the heart of the village of Percé, the trails up Mt. Sainte-Anne and Mt. Blanc lead to spectacular views.
A must-see for visitors: Percé Rock and Bonaventure Island by boat.
Photo: iStock Photo
Admire the largest and most accessible northern gannet colony in the world, which is home to 120,000 of these birds.
Photo: Marie Leblanc
A visit to Percé provides an opportunity to observe whales in their natural habitat.
Photo: JF Gagné
Commune with nature while kayaking around legendary Percé Rock.
Photo: Marie Leblanc
Percé’s audio-guided historical tour recounts the extraordinary history of the sites and buildings that attract visitors’ attention and admiration in this village.
Photo: Marie Leblanc
Visit an authentic general store where local people in period costume will entertain you with humorous anecdotes about the history of our pioneers.
Photo: Bianca Thibert
The harbour in L’Anse-à-Beaufils: an opportunity to discover regional history and culture.
Photo: Jean Pierre Huard / ATRG
You never know what treasures await you along the Mountain and River trails (40 km / 25 mi.).
Photo: JF Gagné
The largest interior lagoon in the province of Québec is a spectacular sight from both the sea side and the marsh side!
Photo: Photo Plein Ciel / Ville de Percé
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