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Gaspésie

Stone giants thrust out of the sea

Fact sheet

Port Services and Facilities

  • Anchorage in Gaspé Bay (alternate berths available)
  • Secure wharf and gangway lead directly to cruise pavilion
  • New cruise pavilion and Intermodal Station located just 1.6 kilometres (1 mile) from downtown Gaspé

Main Facts

  • Bonaventure Island and Percé Rock National Park: home to the world’s most accessible colony of Northern gannets, and world famous Percé Rock

  • Forillon National Park: stunning landscape, lush arboreal forests, 350 million year-old glacier-burnished mountains and captivating, early 20th century history

  • Birthplace of Canada Heritage Site: commemorating  four centuries of activities that helped shape Gaspé
  • Regional delicacies – lobster, snow crab, northern shrimp and fresh fish – highly prized by gourmets the world over
  • Award-winning regional microbreweries and gin distillery offering alcool made with regional products and renown for their exceptional quality
  • Bay of Gaspé - one of world’s most spectacular whale-watching destinations, featuring 7 species in all
  • One of top 50 ‘must-see’ places in world according to National Geographic magazine
  • Fly fishing destination: three fabulous, world famous salmon rivers
  • Cap-des-Rosiers Lighthouse: tallest lighthouse in Canada

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