Because we agree that the desire to travel does not only come from the establishment where we stay, but also from range of activities around the area, our team offers the best of Baie-des-Chaleurs.

Do not hesitate to contact one of our team member for more information or to book an activity.



Baie Bleue Aventures has been awarded the 2014 Casino de Montréal Bursary by the ITHQ Foundation for tourism tourism graduates from the Quebec Tourism and Hospitality Institute for the best tourism projects.



Mont Saint-Joseph


Dominating one of the most beautiful bays in the world, Mont Saint-Joseph enjoys a unique geographical position; With its 555 meters of vertical drop and only 5 km from the coastline, it offers a place accessible and available for the practice of activities of all kinds (Outdoors, attractions, interpretation).



The Gaspésie’s wild animal park is home to forty native animal species of the Gaspésie in a setting that evokes their natural environments. Along the outdoor trail, experiment discovery activities and attend animal meals.
The Quebec’s amphibians and reptiles pavilion will offer you the opportunity to discover this mysterious world through a living and interactive exhibition. Discover the world of the insectarium and its impressive collection of live and mounted insects. See also the little farm and its variety of domestic farmyard animals.

Our services:

  • Gift shop
  • Snack bar
  • Educative program
  • Playground
  • Large free parking
  • Picnic tables
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Bilingual services

Schedule: Open during the March break. Daily, from June 3 to October 13, 2019, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Open upon reservation for groupd the remainder of the year. Average length of visit: 3 hours.  

Rates (taxes included):

  • Adult (15 to 64 yrs old): $24.00
  • Child (3 to 14 yrs old): $14.75
  • Family (2 adults and 2 children): $68.00 (additional child: $11.25)
  • Free for children 2 yrs old and less

Station touristique Pin Rouge

Four seasons mountain village with a 450 m drop and 670 m in altitude. More than 25 ski trails including the Familiale (3500 m long), with 60% artificial snow, snow park.

Also available: snow tubing (day and evening), cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, skating, entertainment, bar, places to eat and equipment rentals. 

In summer: pool, water games, family entertainment, mountain bike trails and hiking trails.

  • Schedule: December 22, 2018 to March 31, 2019.
  • Visit the website for rates.
  • Ten-day pass with unlimited access available. 

Nature aventure

Guided packages for canoeing, kayaking, paddle board, snorkeling and hiking. Canoe, kayak and paddle board rentals with transportation included. Shuttle on the International Appalachian Trail. Maps for sale for IAT-Québec. Activities from 2 hours to 5 days, with a choice of 7 rivers is available (beginner to intermediate levels). Campground with two services on-site.

  • Schedule: mid-May to end of September.
  • Reservations recommended.
  • Visit the website for rates.

Carleton-sur-Mer Golf Course

The Carleton-sur-Mer golf course attracts thousands of visitors each year ad its course has enjoyed unparalleled renown since 1928. Rocked by the sea to the south and protected by the mountain to the north, its 18-hole course is a dream for beginners and experienced golfers. Wide range of services: driving range, golf carts, equipment sales and rentals, golf lessons, maintenance and repair of golf clubs, lockers, showers and bistro.

  • Number of holes: 18
  • Length (yards): 6 540
  • Par: 71

Écovoile Baie-des-Chaleurs - TaxSea Cruise 

On magnificent Chaleur Bay on very stable boats, safely enjoy the freedom that sail cruising can offer aboard a catamaran, a live-aboard sailing ship, a sport dinghy or an adapted sailboat.

  • Schedule: mid-June to mid-September. 
  • Time of departure: several departures per day.
  • Approximate length: 1, 2, 3 hours or one day.
  • Capacity: 5 to 10 persons.
  • Interpretive guide.
  • Visit the website for rates.

Simple Découverte, Guided tour and gourmet

The best way to discover one of the most breathtaking bay in the world!

  • Schedule : June to October, every day starting at 8am
  • Price : $79.00 plus taxes
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Saint-Elzear, the hidden face of Gaspésie

Guided tour of one of the oldest caves in Québec, over 200,000 years old, containing an impressive variety of bones and concretions.

Safe, comfortable and spacious setting for the entire family. Children must be self-reliant on a ladder. Warm clothing required (4ºC, degree of relative humidity of 100%). Visitors can also enjoy a newly accessible cave, for people who like cave crawling.

  • Schedule: mid-June to mid-September, daily.
  • Visit the Web site for more details. 
  • Admission: adults: $45, children and youth (6 to 17 years old): $35 (taxes included).  
  • Reservation mandatory, on-line or by phone




















Mount Lyall agate mine

In open-pit mine, become prospector and pick yourself beautiful agates and geodes. Discover, in this rare volcano (350 million years), fines stones (quartz, amethyst, cornelian, jasper and more), near the Chic-Chocs Wildlife Reserve.


  • June 8 to September 22, 2019, daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (arrival by 2:30 p.m. at the latest; the quarries close at 4 p.m.; cutting and boutique at 5 p.m.)


  • $37/person for picking activity (including the visit and equipment).
  • $12/adult accompanying a picker.
  • $6/child 6-16 years old and 65 years old and more accompanying a picker.
  • Free for children under 6 years old.
  • Cutting of stones: $5 to $30, depending on the diameter.

The Battle of the Ristigouche National Historic Site

Discover the many artefacts uncovered during the underwater archaeological digs at the site of the wreck of the French frigate Le Machault commemorating the final naval battle between France and Great Britain for possession of New France in 1760. The rescue mission was supported by Acadian refugees from Petite Rochelle and the Listuguj Mi’gmaq. The interior of Le Machault has been recreated and a film, available on a touch-screen tablet, draws a portrait of the naval confrontation. Photo exhibit showcasing fifty years of Parks Canada underwater archaeology.

  • Schedule: June 15 to September 13, 2019, daily.
  • Admission fees.
  • Average length of visit: 1h.

Miguasha National Parc (Fossil site)

Member of the Québec Park Network and exceptional natural site of the UNESCO World Heritage Site, this park preserves a fossil rich cliff of international renown.

This notoriety reached a turning point with the unveiling of the first complete specimen of Elpistostege watsoni discovered on the planet. Remarkably preserved, the Miguasha fish fossils helped us to understand the passage of vertebrates from aquatic to terrestrial life.

Permanent exhibit, family activities, Elpi rally, puppet theatre, sand box, lunch counter, shop and picnic areas. Trail and cliff not accessible to people with reduced mobility.

  • Schedule:  April 30 to October 25, 2019.
  • Reservations mandatory for groups.
  • Admission fees: several rates available.
  • Visit the website for more details.

Fishing adventure Baie-des-Chaleurs

Enjoy unique fishing trips (approximately 3 to 4 hours) in Gaspésie. Whether for mackerel fishing, with your family, or simply because a new striped bass fishing experience is appealing, you'll benefit from the advice of an experienced guide aboard a spacious boat suitable for sea fishing. Find out about combined salmon and striped bass packages. Sea fishing and salmon fishing in the river.

  • Schedule: June to September.
  • More details on the website.



Hostellerie Baie Bleue

482, boulevard Perron,
Carleton-sur-Mer (Quebec)
G0C 1J0

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