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Musee des Phares, La Martre

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  • This lighthouse and the lighthouse House are very beautiful and very well maintained. Wonderful to the Sun when it is active. Worth a visit because it is not far from the road.
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  • Arrived too late to visit the lighthouse, we we simply admire the rather calm and friendly site and search the St Laurent... Oh! miracle, finally to the breaths of whales close to the edge. Only to do a pose, the site deserves your interest.
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  • Warm welcome of a man who lives in the area. We can all go upstairs and take wonderful pictures.
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  • Run into the place unintentionally. Amazing sunset. Had some scotch.
  • While traveling the Gaspe Bay Peninsula we stopped here.Light houses are my fascination,no two are a like giving each a uniqueness in character. Traveling Gaspe Bay Peninsula and what a nice road trip.
  • We ran into this place by accident. This is a great place to watch sun set into the river! And love that red lighthouse!
  • Very beautiful must-see site on the edge of the 132. The visit of the Lighthouse is a bit expensive considering what there is to see in the lighthouse (nothing but a large metal pipe that connects the lens from the lighthouse to the engine that does the work).
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  • Very nice site
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