Ah! Land's End... as if Mother Nature had poured all her energy into it! This region offers some of the most dramatic and spectacular landscapes in Gaspésie.
With its breathtaking sharp cliffs, and a particulary rugged topography created by the Appalachians, this area and Forillon Park marks the continental end of this mountain range. You will encounter an authentic maritime character and a variety of heritage treasures.
Welcome to Gaspésie!
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We look forward to welcoming you in Gaspésie!
Admire the much-photographed village of Grande-Vallée and the illuminated cape at night from the scenic lookout. A hiking trail leads to the St. Lawrence where you can see the Gisant (a rock resembling the outline of a human face). [...]Discover
This small coastal village is nestled near a cove in a small valley, which gave it its name (petite vallée means “small valley”). Home to a song festival and the Théâtre de la Vieille Forge, Petite-Vallée is recognized as a major cultural hub in Eastern Québec and a hotbed of new talent in song, theatre and the performing arts. [...]Discover
In the Mi’gmaq language, Gespeg means “land’s end.” Gaspé is associated with the origins of the country and the beginning of Western history in North America: the cross erected by Jacques Cartier in 1534 earned Gaspé the title of “Birthplace of Canada.” [...]Discover
Percé has been attracting artists and visitors from all over the world since the 1930s with spectacular scenery, a vibrant cultural life and an enchanting setting. Magnificent Percé Rock and Bonaventure Island, home to thousands of northern gannets, guarantee wonderful memories. [...]Discover
Discover Chandler’s historic heritage through the Circuit des Bâtisseurs (founders’ walk), an attraction that also showcases the dynamic town of today. Chandler offers all the services required for a great vacation... [...]Discover
Port-Daniel–Gascons, between sea and mountains… Here, nature lovers can enjoy a bay, a barachois, lakes, rivers, small fishing harbours, hiking trails and a warm welcome. [...]Discover
Located at an altitude of 650 metres, the town of Murdochville developed as a result of copper mining and processing. The many recreational activities on offer provide an unforgettable experience... [...]Discover