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The largest of the Acadian Peninsula’s islands, the island of Lamèque is situated between the Gulf of Saint Lawrence and the Chaleur Bay.

Here, you can spend some time at the Ecological Park of the Acadian Peninsula, a natural attraction that showcases the wonderful biodiversity of the Acadian Peninsula's flora and fauna. At the Eco-Park, you can discover those treasures in their natural setting. As well as a pathway, you will find a computer-based nature interpretation center where you will learn about and explore the Acadian Peninsula's 5 main ecosystems. 

In this enchanting scenery, rich in nuances with its beaches, forests and peat mosses, you will find the picturesque town of Lamèque. The town vibrates to the rythm of the fishing and peat moss industries, but also to the Lamèque International Baroque Music Festival every year in july.

Website

www.lameque.ca

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