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In Gaspésie, facing the sea, the Auberge Fort Prevel campground has 28 sites for recreational vehicles or other camping equipment. Each site offers two services: electricity and water. A sanitary block, dump station and laundry service are also reserved ...
 
Fort-Prével is an ideal place to stay when visiting the Gaspé Peninsula. Located between the towns of Gaspé and Percé, between Forillon National Park and the famous Rocher-Percé, you'll have access to a host of tourist sites within 30 minutes of the inn ...
 
Site Historique National de Paspébiac
The Paspébiac National Historic Site is the site where the Robin and LeBoutillier Brothers companies were founded. In the 19th century, it was one of the largest ports for the export of dried cod in the Atlantic. Ships sailed to Europe, the West Indies ...
 
Micmac Interpretation Site of Gespeg
Come visit the Micmac Interpretation Site of Gespeg, a magnificent site to learn about the traditional lifestyle of the 17th century Micmacs. In this peaceful location between ocean and mountains, tour guides will explain the traditional residences, ...
 
Historical site of Pointe-à-la-Renommée (Fame Point)
Pointe-à-la-Renommée Historic Site is the strategic communications center of the First and Second World Wars, where Marconi installed North America's first marine radio station (1904), now designated a National Historic Event by the Historic Sites and ...
 
Battle of the Restigouche National Historic Site
The Battle of the Restigouche National Historic Site offers visitors a spectacular view of the battle that was held at Pointe-à-la-Croix in the Gaspésie region of Canada. This national historic site commemorates the last naval engagement fought between ...
 
Magasin Général Historique Authentique 1928
 
Circuit des Bâtisseurs
The Circuit des Bâtisseurs is a historical trail that covers the period of the French regime from the Bourg de Pabos to the closing of Gaspésia. It is an open-air museum crossed by a pedestrian and bicycle trail. The reception point is located at the ...
 
Cap-des-Rosiers Lighthouse National Historic Site of Canada
La présence, autrefois, de nombreux rosiers sauvages sur le cap expliquerait l'origine du toponyme. C'est aussi de ce cap qu'un officier apreçut en 1759, la flotte de Wolfe, et dépêcha immédiatement un courrier vers Québec. Cet endroit témoin d'un nombre ...
 
Phare de Cap-des-Rosiers
This 34 metre high stone light-tower, perched atop rugged cliffs, is the tallest lighthouse in Canada. The exposed point of land is at the mouth of the St. Lawrence River where it enters the Gulf of the St. Lawrence. Built between 1853 and 1858, the lighthouse ...