Access to the region
Therefore, once you arrive in Sainte-Flavie via Route 132 or in Mont-Joli via Highway 20, you can choose to start your itinerary either by the South or the North tour.
Here, Route 132 splits to form an itinerary loop of approximately 885 kilometres. Whatever your decision may be, all through your journey you are sure to find the most diversified and picturesques sea and mountain landscapes, valleys, bays and coastlines.
TrainSince September 2013, the Via Rail train journey only Mont-Joli-Matapédia. No train service from Matapédia to Gaspé.
From June 21 to September 2, the Régie intermunicipale transport Gaspésie - Îles-de-la-Madeleine (RÉGÎM) offers a shuttle service between Gaspé and Campbellton station (round trip). More information...
Public transportation service in the region- Régie intermunicipale de transport Gaspésie - Îles-de-la-Madeleine (RÉGIM)
However, if you only have limited time or if long distances on the road bother you, you can also fly to Mont-Joli and Gaspé, and from there, rent a car, go around of the peninsula and return to fly in same place.
Ferries- Traverse Matane - Baie- Comeau - Godbout
- Traverse Rimouski - Forestville
- Traverse Trois-Pistoles - Les Escoumins
- Escale Gaspésie
- Croisières CTMA
Buses- Orléans Express