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Percé is a village near the tip of the Gaspé Peninsula in Quebec. It is famous for Percé Rock, just off the coast.


Get in

Percé is located on Highway 132.

  • Orléans Express is the intercity bus line that serves the region.

Get around

Taxi Percé, for a taxi and for guided hikes in the mountains. Contact: William Lambert. See À la Rêvasse. Phone: 782-2102


  • Percé Rock, the sandstone giant in just in face of the coast
  • Island Bonaventure - only during summer months
  • whale watching





Les sacs à vin, 50 route 132 Ouest, small bar, run by expatriot french, open all year (so also in the middle of winter!)


In Percé, there are many gîtes, for example À la Rêvasse, which charges 70 C$, including taxes, with breakfast. 16. Rue Saint-Michel, (418) 782-2102 open allyear long. Reservation in the summer is strongly recommended. In the winter you have to be lucky to find a gite receving guests. Most Motels are closed in the low season.

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