Welcome to Gaspésie!
Given the current context, we strongly recommend that you check with businesses to find out when they are reopening and book your accommodations before you travel.
Some of the information on this website may no longer be up to date; however, we are doing our best to update it regularly.
We look forward to welcoming you in Gaspésie!
Situated along 130 km of coastline, the Haute-Gaspésie goes all out.
The highest peaks of southern Québec can be found here, sculpted by the passing of glaciers over 100,000 years ago. Several rivers cut into its landscapes, an abundance of wildlife and plant species live in this wild and peaceful habitat, small charming coastal villages bring the region to life, and the nearby River feels like an ocean.
- For more information about the Haute-Gaspésie: www.vacanceshaute-gaspesie.com.
Located between sea and mountains, Cap-Chat is home to the world’s largest vertical-axis wind turbine, which dominates the landscape along with 76 others. The Le Nordais wind farm, the first and largest ever built in Canada and one of the largest in North America... [...]Discover
This town is all about discovery and fun! Tucked away in a hidden cove, Sainte-Anne-des-Monts combines sea and mountain scenery and is the gateway to Parc national de la Gaspésie. [...]Discover
Located between sea and mountains, Marsoui has evolved around these elements. Historically, fishing was abundant, which drew many anglers; however, the village’s main economic activity remains the forest industry. [...]Discover
This municipality brings together two villages: Rivière-à-Claude and Ruisseau-à-Rebours. Separated by lowlands and nestled at the foot of the mountains, these communities are located along the shoreline. [...]Discover
Exceptional outdoor activities are offered year-round at the heart of remarkable thousand-year-old landscapes: scree slopes, hanging valleys, glacial cirques. [...]Discover
In a landscape where the cliffs of the Appalachians stand out against the blue of the sky and the sea, discover natural tourist attractions in all seasons... [...]Discover