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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.

Get around

Taxi Percé, for a taxi and for guided hikes in the mountains. Contact: William Lambert. See À la Rêvasse. Phone: 418-782-2102


  • 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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