Bonaventure Island and the Rock

Two internationally renowned parks

In Percé, two internationally renowned parks, the Bonaventure Island and Percé Rock National Park and the UNESCO Global Geopark in Percé are waiting for you.

Bonaventure Island and Percé Rock National Park has a rich natural, historical and geological heritage. Carved by the weather and the sea, at the end of the Gaspé Peninsula, it has fortress Bonaventure Island and as a stone vessel the majestic Percé Rock, Quebec's tourist emblem. Its unique flora and fauna, including its famous gannet colony, make it a must-see destination, as is the built heritage of the island, the last witness to the islanders' lives of the last century. The Bonaventure Island and Percé Rock National Park is displayed by its rich natural, historical and geological heritage. Carved by the weather and the sea, at the end of the Gaspé Peninsula, it has fortress Bonaventure Island and as a stone vessel the majestic Percé Rock, Quebec's tourist emblem. Its unique flora and fauna, including its famous gannet colony, make it a must-see destination, as is the built heritage of the island, the last witness to the islanders' lives of the last century.

The new UNESCO Global Geopark in Percé offers geology, adventure and thrill seekers a UNIQUE opportunity to discover 500 millions of years ago. Under the sign of novelty and pleasure, easily accessible, to be entertained in the heart of the exceptional beauties that Percé offers and fall under the spell of unknown secrets. A campsite, a suspended glass platform, a zip line, multimedia presentations, guided hikes, 18 km of trails and 23 geosites of interest to discover are the charm of this playground and learning incomparable.

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