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.
Admire the village and the nightly-lit cape from a panoramic rest area, while hiking along the trail that leads you to the River where the Gisant rests. [...]Details
This small coastal village is nestled near a cove in a small valley. Indeed, the village's name means "small valley". [...]Details
In the language of the Micmac, Gespeg, means "end of the land". Gaspé is associated with the origins of the country and of western history in North America. [...]Details
An exceptional site attracting visitors and artists since the 1930s, the magnetism of Percé is undeniable. [...]Details
Ville de Chandler reveals its historic heritage to visitors through its Circuit des Bâtisseurs, an attraction that also showcases [...]Details
Between the sea and the mountains lies Port-Daniel-Gascons. Here, nature lovers enjoy the bay, the barachois, [...]Details
Located at an altitude of 650 m, Murdochville has grown thanks to the development of an important copper deposit and to mineral processing. [...]Details