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Be a witness to the kind of beauty that stops you in your tracks. The monumental Gaspé Peninsula juts into the Gulf of St. Lawrence in an exhilarating display of rugged coastline, lush parklands, diverse wildlife habitat, picturesque villages and renowned geologic wonders. Listen to the sounds of surf on pebble beaches, watch high-flying seabirds dive and whirl, marvel at the monolithic arched rock that dominates sweeping vistas, and soak up history and culture in the birthplace of French Quebec. It was here that French navigator Jacques Cartier landed in 1534 and claimed the region for France.
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Testifying to the harmony between man, land, and sea, this renowned park preserves a stunning coastline, imposing geologic wonders, lush forest, rich farmland, and a well-documented story of human habitation.
The region's iconic landmark rises straight from the sea to a dizzying height. Its broad back extends for 1,200 feet and is pierced by an arch large enough for boats to cruise through at high tide.
The lagoon and long narrow sandbar host a wide variety of aquatic and upland habitats from marsh, forest and raised bog. It attracts large numbers of migrating birds like geese and dabbling ducks.
Close-up boat tours of Bonaventure Island are a bird-watcher's dream. It is home to one of the largest and most accessible colonies of northern gannets in the world plus many other migratory species.
The colorful fishing boats and the incredible beauty of this site charmed artists and visitors alike, and with its magnificent landscapes and diverse activities, Percé lures ecotourism enthusiasts as well as admirers of art and culture.
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