View of the city of Gaspé and the mountains
Gaspé is a town on the east coast of Gaspé Peninsula, Quebec.
View of the northern part of the city centre
By car because there is no bus around the city; walk in the center of the town beside the bridge; rent a sailboat to see the huge bay of Gaspé; rent a horse in the park if you like.
- Cap-des-Rosiers Lighthouse
- Go to Haldimand beach
- Musée de la Gaspésie, 80 boul. de Gaspé, ☎ +1 418-368-1534. Peak season (June 1-October 31): 9AM-5PM every day; Regular season (November 1-May 31):Closed on Monday, Tuesday-Friday: 10AM-5PM, Saturday and Sunday: 1PM-5PM. According to the museum's website, two of its goals are to "[s]pread knowledge and foster an appreciation of the history and heritage of the Gaspé" and "[s]tudy and teach others about the cultural diversity of the Gaspé." Adult: $10, Student 18 years and over: $8, Senior 65 years and over: $8, Family 1 adult, 1 child: $12, Family 1 adult, 2 children: $17, Family 2 adults, 1 child: $21, Family 2 adults, 2 children: $25, Child 5 and under: free, Child 6 to 17 years: $5, Group (20 people or more): $5/pers., School group: $2/pers..
- Motel Adams, 20, rue Adams, ☎ +1 418 368-2244. Check-in: 16h, check-out: 12. Hotel in center of town. Near post office. Restaurant on premises. Autobus Orleans Express has a ticket agency in the reception counter of Hotel. $86.00.