Beautiful seaside town holiday scenery-Gaspe Peninsula [Traveler-friendly seaside town] If most seaside towns are full of life and a little boring, then Gaspe Peninsula must not be included. This small town is very traveller friendly. The town contains interesting facilities such as ski resorts, campgrounds, motels and so on. And driving all the way along the seashore, one side is the magnificent sea, once is the winding hills, it is also a very interesting thing in itself. [The Most Beautiful Journey of Highway 132] If one symbol connects the beauty of Gaspe Peninsula, it must be Highway 132. Hovering along Highway 132 to move to the top, overlooking the entire peninsula, you will be surprised by the beauty of the Matapedia River. On the way, you will also draw one by one step by step, making you nostalgic for going back and forth. The so-called people are swimming in the middle of the painting at 132 Highway. If the whole road trip is not enough to impress you, you can also ride on the edge of the St. Lawrence Fjord. The relaxation between the mountains and the sea is stress-free! [Seafood, seafood, or seafood] In addition to the magnificent sea, seafood is also one of the purposes of coming to the beach. Fun outdoor sports and fresh and juicy seafood create a perfect day. No need to choose too much, most of the seafood restaurants in the peninsula are very good, go ahead and try it~
The living stone in the mountain was the first time I traveled to Canada. I didn't know where it was more fun, so I asked my cousin in Canada in advance. He recommended me to go to Gaspe Peninsula on Mount Santa Ana, saying that the scenery here is particularly beautiful. So I took the advice of my cousin, and he promised to accompany me as my guide. So I took my annual leave and embarked on a journey to Canada. Play strategy: My cousin took me to drive from Santa Ana Hill to the southeast. About 2 hours away, we arrived at our destination. We got out of the car, the mountain was full of greenery. Even the exposed stones are covered with moss. Follow my cousin to go forward, the spot in front is called Monkey Laoyue. I saw a rock next to the pool like a monkey trying to reach into the water to catch something. Going further, an "Eskimo" blocked our way. Upon closer inspection, it turned out to be a stone. Moving on, I came to the local holy land, which is actually a rock like a crow. These stones seem to be alive, although not artificially carved, they are lifelike. With my cousin as a guide, we came to the island as quickly as possible, when the blue sea was under our feet. Looking at the blue sea below my feet made me forget the fatigue of climbing. Reminder: The temperature difference between the island and the sea is relatively high, and it feels a bit cold when you first walk here. So bring more jackets.