The Capper Nomads North America Adventure travel blog






The road to Ste-Anne-des-Monts is typical of the rocky coast, running through impenetrable terrain, either at the water’s edge or along the cliff tops and passing through many fishing villages with relatively large churches and nothing but waves, white horses and seagulls as far as the eye can see. Ste-Anne-des-Monts is no exception with its two steeple church and its majestic salmon river, the Sainte-Anne.

Our campsite was right onto the beach and we met up with Barbara and Frank also full-timers who had been on the road for six years. They had a lot of advice.

We also visited Cap-Chat with an interesting wind turbine area we could visit.

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