You'll find the Rimouski-Mitis Nautical Station on the south shore of Saint-Lawrence estuary, where wild islands, breathtaking cliffs and tranquil beaches dot its 80 kilometres/50 miles of coastline. Stretching north-east from the Lower Saint-Lawrence to the Gaspé coast, the station is guaranteed to impress visitors with the natural beauty of its riverbanks and the wealth of its maritime heritage. The area was once considered one of the biggest navigation assistance centres in Canada, and is filled with history. Contemplate the sea and inhale the salt air along its countless paths and walkways. Go for an excursion to the îles du Bic to seal watch, or discover l'île Saint-Barnabé. Follow the estuary's Route bleue du Sud and look for the area's prettiest spots, and, for a change, spend the night aboard the submarine HMCS Onondaga!
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