Point St Peter /Pointe Sainte-Pierre
137, rue de la Reine
Pointe Saint-Pierre is described and considered among the most beautiful areas on the Gaspé peninsula.
It is located between the towns of Gaspé and Percé, Pointe Saint-Pierre provides habitats for thousands of seabirds, including harlequin, ducks and Barrow’s goldeneye. Grey seals and several species of whales can also be seen along its coast.
You can immerse yourself in Ponte Saint-Pierre’s beauty as you wander the hiking trail. Interpretative panels are available and provide information about the area.
Pointe Saint-Pierre is accessible all year-round with amenities such as benches, cell phone service, interpretative panels, picnic tables and parking.
For more information about Pointe Saint-Pierre visit the Nature Conservancy Canada website, the Percé Tourism website or call the Percé tourist office at 418-782-5448 or 1-855-782-5448 (toll free).
Point St. Peter/Pointe Saint-Pierre
137 rue de la Reine