Gaspésie, the Gaspé peninsula, is the birthplace of Canada, discovered when Jacques Cartier landed on its shores in 1534. Located in south-eastern Quebec to the east of the Matapedia Valley and surrounded by the waters of the St. Lawrence River, the Gulf of St. Lawrence and the Bay of Chaleur, this is a region of rugged coastline, peaceful fishing havens, and communities well known for their hospitality, generosity and livability. Learn More

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