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Small town charm

Ship tourism is a major source of revenue for this small locale. If you're in the area it is a... read more

Reviewed 20 October 2016
EDD1967_83
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Santa Barbara, California
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Fun suprises

Positive experiences The drive was was tremendous. It is so unique and different. Friendly people... read more

Reviewed 11 November 2015
tressarudik
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Columbus, Ohio
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This large highly scenic area north of Quebec City offers hiking, fishing, whale watching and more.
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19 Oct 2016
“Small town charm”
11 Nov 2015
“Fun suprises”
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Quebec, Canada
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Reviewed 20 October 2016 via mobile

Ship tourism is a major source of revenue for this small locale. If you're in the area it is a pleasant stop. The cathedral is unique as it is all made of wood. Some other old houses remain from mid-1800's. Enjoy.

Thank EDD1967_83
Reviewed 11 November 2015

Positive experiences The drive was was tremendous. It is so unique and different. Friendly people. Be adventurous! You do not need to take the entire perimeter loop . We went half way 3 hours and turned back around.

3  Thank tressarudik
Reviewed 3 November 2015

With the golds, oranges and occasional reds, the farms, the immaculate roadside homes and yards and of course, Perce, 3 days or more driving around the peninsula are so very worthwhile.

2  Thank JTW07
Reviewed 23 September 2015

A few years ago, National Geographic listed the Gaspé peninsula among the top 10 travel destinations in the world. By that time, we had already made it a tradition to visit every year, so it was easy for us to understand why it was given...More

128  Thank GlobetrotterSH
Reviewed 20 September 2015

Im glad i booked this tour through the boat.It took 45 minutes to be cleared and than tender in.The buses did good getting us to perce.There are no private tours and renting a car would not be worth it.the tour is better going out to...More

1  Thank nursekathy64
Reviewed 4 August 2015

Wow. If you ever get the chance you have to journey on this coastal highway. Magnificent!!!! We went through every fishing village in this Gaspe Loupe. Quaint little villages with bright colors homes and gorgeous scenery. Lots of history here and the light houses are...More

12  Thank obviousk
Reviewed 31 July 2015

Hi: We have just finished doing the Gaspe Loupe (for the second time) and I have to tell you that it is one of most scenic costal highways in North America. We have been fortunate enough to have traveled many magnificent highways; including the 101...More

6  Thank Don S
Reviewed 26 July 2015

This was our second trip to the Gaspe Penninsula and it is well worth the travel. We began our road trip on the Gaspe in Campbellton New Brunswick crossing the bridge over the Restigouche river into Quebec { Rte 132} we took four days visiting...More

10  Thank hagnel
Reviewed 20 July 2015

It was indeed a great experience to drive over 2800 km from Montreal and experience the warmth of Quebec heartland at various locations. Our route outwards covered the quaint Quebec city experience, sleepy overnight in a B&B at Rimouski, scenic drive on the QC132 through...More

6  Thank Srini77
Reviewed 13 July 2015 via mobile

We toured the peninsula starting from Campbeltown NB heading northeast on Baie de chaleurs all the way to Matane and across back to Campbeltown. We stopped at a few rivers looking to catch some salmon. No salmon to be caught but we had a great...More

4  Thank Marco N
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Linda S
Hi, Linda. What would you like to know about this attraction? For a one week holiday, flying to Quebec City and staying two nights there, we'd want to rent a car when leaving Quebec City. Can we drive to one or two places in the Gaspe Peninsula for local charm, staying in two lovely inns or such, for about five days ? Then we'd need to get back to QC to fly home. Is this realistic timing and where would we drive to and stay, such that we could have day trips while there ? Thanks for any help, Linda
5 March 2017|
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Response from LeeJaye1 | Reviewed this property |
Hi Linda Percé would definitely be your #1 destination, but it's a long drive for one day. So, given what you've asked for, I would break up the trip into 3 locations, with 2 nights in Percé and two one-night stops (or... More
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fiddleddd
We have a Fifth Wheel and will be driving it up to the Maritimes this coming autumn. We'd like to drive around the Gaspe Peninsula if possible. I have read that there are some 'tricky' spots on the coastal highway? Would you recommend driving our truck and 40' fifth wheel along this particular loop highway? I would really appreciate your input. Thanks!
16 February 2017|
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Response from LeeJaye1 | Reviewed this property |
There are loads of fifth wheels, 18-wheel trucks, and the occasional Airstream caravan that do the tour of the Gaspé every year, so I wouldn't expect any problems. Highway 132 is designed for truck traffic. There are a few... More
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