Gaspe

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About Gaspe
Gaspé is a city at the tip of the Gaspé Peninsula in the Gaspésie–Îles-de-la-Madeleine region of eastern Quebec, Canada.

Percé Rock is a huge rock formation off Percé Bay. It is one of the world's largest natural arches located in water.

About 2.5 miles off shore from Percé is Bonaventure Island; it is home to many bird species including cormorants and puffins. There are also a number of trails along the cliffs and beaches which may be of interest to visitors.

Forillon National Park covers around 94 square miles and was the first national park in Quebec. The park includes forests, sea coast, salt marshes, sand dunes and cliffs. The park features nesting colonies of seabirds and whales, seals, black bears, moose, and other woodland animals.

Pointe-à-la-Renommée is the site of North America’s first maritime radio station. The location offers scenic views as well as exhibits covering Marconi, lighthouse keepers and the history of radio communication.

The Miguasha National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage site. The park's museum features exhibits about the fossils and palaeontology of the park. The museum's collection includes over 9000 specimens of fossil fish and plants.

The Hyman Store shows what a typical store was like in the 1920s and includes a wide variety of stock such as canned goods, medicines, farm implements, fishing tackle and clothes.

The commercial district of Percé has a wide array of art shops, boutiques and souvenir stalls. Local arts and crafts are sold in a number of shops in Rue de la Reine in the commercial district of Gaspe.

The Les Ateliers du Funambule shopping centre in Gaspe offers numerous products that can be made into souvenirs and gifts such as bags, jewellery, crafts and toys.

Local dishes mainly centre around fish and seafood, especially shrimps, scallops, smoked salmon, cod, halibut and trout.
Cruise Terminal
Depending on size, cruise ships will either anchor and tender passengers ashore or dock at the port. At the dock, the welcome pavilion provides such facilities as shops, telephones, visitor information etc.

In front of the welcome pavilion, you'll find taxis, shuttle buses and car hire.

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