The James Bay Road (La Route de la Baie-James) is a very special attraction in and of itself.
Start your road trip to Lac Saint-Jean in Trois-Rivières, situated on the north shore of the St. Lawrence River halfway between Montréal and Québec City.
The Whale Route begins in lovely Tadoussac. The St. Lawrence Estuary and Gulf provide a summer feast for 13 species of cetaceans.
Nature and outdoor activity lovers, this seven-to-ten-day circuit will treat you to the spectacular landscapes for which the province is known.
Linking the cities of Québec and Montréal since the beginning of the 18th century, the King’s Road, the first travelled highway in Canada, has witnessed the evolution of this province.
A trip through the streets of North America’s second oldest French-speaking city, located about halfway between Montréal and Québec City, will give you a chance to appreciate all the charm of the city of Trois-Rivières.
Québec’s imposing churches and places of worship are among some of our greatest heritage treasures!
All along the way, route 148 provides you with an experience to remember.
From Ontario, you can enter Québec via Highway 401, passing through the lovely Montérégie region, taking Autoroute 20 all the way to Montréal.