Tuesday, May 21, 2013
Percé is a town about 70 km south of Gaspé. It borders the sea and is very oriented towards the tourist. As a result you can find a lot of the typical tourist attractions here. Percé is filled with fine restaurants, lodging, tourist shops, bars, campgrounds, boat tours, and other tourist attractions. Of course it is also home to the famous Percé rock, which must be the most photgraphed object in Québec, if not Canada. It also is a short boat ride from Bonaventure Island, where you can hike and see the largest gannet population in North America.
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