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The Gaspé Peninsula, in southeastern [[Quebec]], [[Canada]], extends between the mouth of the St Lawrence River and the Atlantic Ocean.  
 
The Gaspé Peninsula, in southeastern [[Quebec]], [[Canada]], extends between the mouth of the St Lawrence River and the Atlantic Ocean.  
The area is sparcely populated but very scenic with a rugged coastline dotted with small fishing towns and lighthouses. Inland, tree covered mountains and salmon-filled rivers are even more remote. Gaspé is a popular summer destination for Canadians and international visitors alike with the peak season in July and August.
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The area is sparsely populated but very scenic with a rugged coastline dotted with small fishing towns and lighthouses. Inland, tree-covered mountains and salmon-filled rivers are even more remote. Gaspé is a popular summer destination for Canadians and international visitors alike with the peak season in July and August.
  
 
==Cities==
 
==Cities==
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==Other Destinations==
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==Other destinations==
 
*[[Forillon National Park]]
 
*[[Forillon National Park]]
 
*[[Gaspésie National Park]]
 
*[[Gaspésie National Park]]
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Revision as of 03:34, 19 November 2004

The Gaspé Peninsula, in southeastern Quebec, Canada, extends between the mouth of the St Lawrence River and the Atlantic Ocean. The area is sparsely populated but very scenic with a rugged coastline dotted with small fishing towns and lighthouses. Inland, tree-covered mountains and salmon-filled rivers are even more remote. Gaspé is a popular summer destination for Canadians and international visitors alike with the peak season in July and August.

Cities


Other destinations

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