Pointe  la renomme light, gaspe peninsula, quebec

The Best Northwestern Lighthouses

Red Hot The Pointe à la Renommée Light is a bright, cast-iron addition to the coast of Canada. The current tower was built in 1907 near L'Anse―Valleau on Quebec's Gaspé Peninsula. It stands at 49 feet with an adjacent museum/gift shop.

Gaspe, Quebec.

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WOOD LIGHTHOUSE - Gaspe, Quebec

(Wooden Lighthouse) La Martre de Gaspé, Quebec by dedegeneral

Cap-des-Rosiers lighthouse, Gaspesie, Quebec, Canada

one in the snow,in Quebec Canada, caled Cap-De-Rosier lighthouse

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iCanvas Poster advertising the Gaspe peninsula, Quebec, Canada, Gallery Wrapped Canvas Art Print by Canadian School

Gaspesie, Quebec

The Gaspésie, Quebec Here’s a road trip that starts in Montreal and…

Gaspe Peninsula, Quebec

Photo of the Marcel Gagnon sculptures in Sainte Flavie on the Gaspe Peninsula of Quebec, Canada. Dianne Kofinis onto Proud To Be Canadian!

Cap Gaspé Lighthouse - Cap Gaspe, Quebec

This photo from Quebec, Central is titled 'Cap Gaspé Lighthouse'.

Gaspe Peninsula, Anticosti Island

Behold Earth, with a view of the Gaspe Peninsula and Anticosti Island with sun glint on the Gulf of St. Lawrence and Chaleur Bay, Canada, as seen from the International Space Station on September

"Where the Appalachians tumble into the Atlantic" is how I remember hearing it described when we decided to go. This is Forillon National Park at the tip of the Gaspe Peninsula in Quebec, Canada. It wasn't just the place that was amazing...it was the drive there...along mountain roads that dipped and turned, the ocean always at your side...little fishing villages dotted appeared in every valley...you would see them from up high at first...amazing...beautiful...

"Where the Appalachians tumble into the Atlantic" is Forillon National Park at the tip of the Gaspe Peninsula in Quebec, Canada.

Perce Roche, Gaspe

Perce Rock - Quebec - Canada - Pierced by a wave-carved arch that accounts for its name, the rock is a sanctuary for cormorants, gulls, and other seabirds.

Fireweed on the hillside of Ile Bonaventure, off the coast of the Gaspe Peninsula (photo by Andrew Evans, National Geographic Traveler).

“We don’t know if we’re going to land today,” explained the flight attendant. Not to worry, he assured me as he directed me to my seat—if I didn’t get to land in Gaspé, I could continue to Québec C…

Bonaventure Island - Gaspesie - Québec    Northern Gannet

Bonaventure Island - Gaspesie - Québec Northern Gannet

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