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Canada, Quebec, Gaspe Peninsula, Perce Rock, part of the Parc national de l'lle Bonaventure et du Rocher Perce

Gaspe, Quebec, Canada

At the tip of Quebec’s southern peninsula, in the heart of the Gulf of St. Lawrence, Gaspé is like a remnant of Brittany marooned on the North American continent. Charming fishing villages, lighthouses and marine vistas abound. Nearby Percé Rock is a huge stone arch stuck into the sea, and offshore, Bonaventure Island hosts the largest nesting colony of gannets in the world.