1 nt Montréal at the Le Place d’Arme.
260 miles to Riviere du Loop
1 nt at La Solaillerie.
260 miles to Carleton
1 nt at Hostellerie Baie Bleue. Includes breakfast
90 miles to Percé
2 nts at Le Mirage.
170 miles to Ste Anne de Monts
2 nts at Gite du Mont Albert.
220 miles to Tadoussac across Matane-Baie Comeau ferry
1 nt at Hotel Tadoussac.
125 miles to Québec City
1 nt at Auberge St Pierre.
160 miles to Montréal.
Québec City will give you a feeling for centuries of history and French civilization with Vieux-Québec designated a UNESCO Heritage Site.
Montréal’s long history can be seen all around, but it is also a modern cosmopolitan city with fine restaurants and excellent shopping.
The huge fossil-embedded rock is the most famous image of the Peninsula.
Forillon National Park
The rugged coastline with steep cliffs and pebble beaches.
Parc de Miguasha
This Park in Challeur Bay is a naturalist’s delight.
Limitless panoramas of the St Lawrence, its islands and the magnificent mountains.
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