Attractions & Tours

Bonaventure Island is, without a doubt, one of the gems of the Gaspé Penninsula.
Erected in 1858, Cap-des-Rosiers Lighthouse is one of the tall beacons built by the Canadian Coast Guard in Québec. Canada’s tallest lighthouse, it soars 34.1 metres (112 feet) into the air.
The cod banks of the Gaspé coast were crowded waters on the fringe of an unknown land.
Established in 1852, the Hamilton Manor is the only example of Palladian architecture in the Gaspésie, proudly echoing the influence of Andrea Pallad
The Jacques Cartier Heritage Walk in the City of Gaspé will allow you to better understand and appreciate the history and heritage of the Gaspé Basin, the “Birthplace of Canada”.
At one time, there were covered bridges a
In the flash of cannon and musket fire the waters of the Restigouche River were made a blazing stage for a fateful battle.
New Carlisle was settled by the United Empire Loyalists in 1784.
In July 1760, a decisive battle was fought on the Restig
Billed as "the world's most travelled lighthous
Elsie’s Paradise – The Gardens of Elsie Reford: Les Jardins de Métis /Reford Gardens are the extraordinary achievement of a passionate gardener – Elsie Reford. In the summer of 1926, at the age of 54, she began transforming her fishing camp on the Mitis River into a garden.
The Cascapedia River Museum is a vital part of the