Transportation and travel
Electric véhicules charging
In the village of Percé there are electric charging stations allowing you to charge electric vehicles with different chargepoint speeds.
You will find these terminals:
– Percé Town Hall: 137, Route 132 Ouest, Percé.
– Percé Unesco Global Geopark: 180, Route 132 Ouest, Percé.
– Percé Courthouse : 124, Route 132 Ouest, Percé.
– Bateliers de Percé parking lot: 162, Route 132 Ouest, Percé.
– Pit Caribou microbrewery : 27, Rue de L’anse, L’Anse-à-Beaufils.
Some establishments offer the service to their customers :
– Hotel Riôtel: 261, Route 132 Ouest, Percé.
– Hotel la Normandie: 221, Route 132 Ouest, Percé.
– Nature Océan campsite: 400, Route 132 Ouest, Percé.
– Hotel – Motel Fleur de Lys and restaurant la Morutière: 249, Route 132 Ouest, Percé.
– Coin-du-Banc Base Camp: 315, Route 132 Est Coin-du-Banc.
– Uniprix Laurent Carbonneau Lebeau: 98, Route 132 Ouest, Percé.
Interurban bus transportation
Orléans Express Intercity Transportation
There is a bus departure from Percé via Chaleur Bay at 8h10 a.m. every day. The bus stop is about 100 meters to the right of the Tourist Information Office (142, Route 132 Ouest). There is also a bus that arrives daily in Percé (from Chaleur Bay to Gaspé) at 10:16 p.m. in front of the Tourist Information Office. Percé is a boarding and disembarking stop only. Passengers must present themselves with a ticket (paper or electronic) purchased beforehand on the Orléans Express website, through customer service or directly at an agency. Boarding is impossible without a ticket.
It is possible to make a reservation online and print the ticket from the Percé Tourist Office during operating hours (142, Route 132 Ouest).
For timetables, prices, information:
RÉGÎM Public transportation
There is also a public transportation service for everyone. Several routes are available in the Gaspé Peninsula. To consult the schedule, know the different stops and prices, for reservation of public transport services, or for more information:
Access to the region:
Gaspé Michel-Pouliot (YGP) airport (located 65 km from Percé) is served by the airline company Pascan Aviation.
Michel-Pouliot Airport (YGP)
60, Rue de l’Aéroport
Gaspé, (Québec) G4X 2K2
The airport offers a car rental service (reservation recommended prior to arrival) with
Enterprise.ca, phone : 418-368-1541.
The Rocher-Percé Airport can accommodate private aircraft.
476, Grande-Allée Ouest
Grande-Rivière, (Quebec) G0C 1W0
Airport administration and management
Car rentals agencies
AUTO À LOUER PABOS INC.
Percé is accessible by quad via the Federated path of the Club VTT du Rocher.
Three hotel establishments located very close to the intersection with route 132 allow you to visit the village of Percé on foot.
For your accommodation, we suggest that you make reservations in advance and to specify that you are traveling by quad.
Currently, access to gasoline service via route 132 is not allowed. Make sure to have enough gas.
Le Motel Le Macareux: 1-866-602-2414 www.motel-perce-macareux.com
Le Riôtel de Percé: 1-800-463-4212 www.riotel.com/fr/hotels/perce
L’Hôtel-Motel Fleur de Lys: 1-800-399-5380 www.vacancesperce.com
For safety reasons, it is forbidden to ride a quad in the village of Percé, on all of Percé’s hiking trails as well as on the Mount Sainte-Anne and La Grotte roads.
For information on trails, please visit the federation website: https://sledmagazine.com/actions/showHome?request_locale=en
For information on the Gaspé peninsula by snowmobile visit the site: https://www.tourisme-gaspesie.com/en/snowmobile.html
To properly plan your bicycle trip to Percé, you can consult the section on the Route Verte on the Vélo Québec website. You will find there a lot of information on possible routes: http://carto.routeverte.com
If the bike ride to Percé is absolutely beautiful, it also has its challenges. Caution is therefore always required. In some places, especially if you take route 132 between Coin-du-Banc and the village of Percé, the roadside is sometimes narrow, the road can be winding and the turns very tight. There can also be heavy traffic during the summer season. It is however possible to avoid this sector by taking the route Lemieux to L’Anse-à-Beaufils and to return to the village of Percé by route 132. Another option would be to take the route de l’Irlande (via the route Lemieux). Although this road is also winding and without a large roadside, it is much less busy.
In the village of Percé, most of the activities and services are accessible on foot, so it is easy to get around without a motorized vehicle.
If you need assistance (specialized repair), the nearest sports store to Percé is Sport Excellence at Grande-Rivière, 33 km from Percé : 418-385-2345.
Don’t hesitate to drop by the tourist information office at 142, Route 132 Ouest, in the heart of the village of Percé. We will do our absolute best to assist you!
If you plan to use Orléans Express Coaches for a portion of your trip, here is some important information to know: The Orleans Express stations are located in Grande-Rivière (33 km from Percé) or in Gaspé (75 km from Percé). For bicycle bags, as there is no bus terminal in Percé itself, the Tourist Information Office keeps some in reserve. So, if you think you’ll need one, you can contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 1-855-782-5448 a few days in advance so we can reserve one in your name that you can pay when picking up.
There are various carpooling services available in the region :
www.amigoexpress.com To reach Amigo Express toll free number : 1-877-264-4697. From 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily.
Long distance carpooling service.
Covoiturage express :
Free number : 1-877 774-2607
« Offre sur le pouce » de Radio-Gaspésie :
You can contact a local radio station Radio-Gaspésie which offers on-air service for « offres sur le Pouce ».
www.radiogaspesie.ca and email address : email@example.com
Phone number : 418-368-3511 or toll free number : 1-866-360-3511
Fréquences Gaspé : 94,5 FM
International cruise ships
Stopover on a cruise ship :
If you plan to stop in our region aboard a cruise ship and want to know more about the activities offered to cruise passengers, you can contact our service responsible for welcoming passengers in the Gaspé and Percé sectors :
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone number : 418-368-7064
For more information on international cruises on the St. Lawrence River : http://www.cruisesaintlawrence.com/fr/index.aspx