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There are multitudes of lighthouses on the east coast of Canada, and the Gaspe Peninsula is no exception. When you see the first one, it's all excitement because it's unique, but after a number of them, you're asking yourself, "Is this worth a stop?"
The lighthouse is ok, but to get the whole local experience you have to stop and eat at the small not-for-profit restaurant. For $10 you get a smoked salmon bagel with at least $8 worth of smoked salmon in it plus small sides!!! The "sucre...More
We have always made a point of stopping & patronizing this delightful little lighthouse on our numerous trips around the Gaspe. It has fallen is disrepair over the years due to the harsh climate of Quebec winters & seaside location but the cafe & gift...More