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Mountain Sector
Charlevoix’s Mountain Sector weaves its way on a fertile territory where gourmet delights meet with adventure. Saint-Urbain, Saint-Hilarion, Saint-Aimé-des-Lacs and Notre-Dame-des-Monts…are lovely backcountry villages worth discovering. Surrounded by ...
Cité Mémoire
Loosely inspired by the history of Montreal, Cité Mémoire invites you to meet a host of characters who’ve witnessed the city’s evolution first-hand. Poetic, dreamlike and occasionally playful, the tableaux come alive with images, words and music. Projected ...
Charlevoix Flavours Road
Charlevoix’s Flavour Trail comprises of more than forty producers, processors, and passionate chefs of the region who open their doors wide to tourists. What luck to discover one by one the delicious regional products of Charlevoix. Taking the legendary ...
Pow-Wow Trail
Don’t miss THE Ilnu cultural event! Everyone is invited to attend the activities presented during one of the largest and most magnificent First Nations gatherings in Québec. Powwow dances, shows, traditional sports competitions, traditional meals, handicraft ...
Brome-Missisquoi Wine Route (Route des vins)
Discover nature, meet with people and learn about yourself, for a week or a weekend, with or without a plan. Brome-Missisquoi, in the Eastern Townships, is the perfect destination for something like this. Listen to the fascinating stories of the owners ...
Véloroute du Fjord du Saguenay
This bike path covers more than 400 km (250 mi.) and is perfect for all cyclists, whether you're seeking a recreational family outing, touring cyclist discovery trip or a performance cyclist excursion. The Véloroute du Fjord du Saguenay meanders along ...
Charlevoix Mountain Route
On landlocked routes crisscrossing the nation parks or on rural villages winding roads, the word adventure gains altitude. Photogenic from top to bottom, the Mountain Road leads to happiness in a fun way, whether on a dizzying hike, or climbing mountain ...
The Laurentian Chemin du Terroir
he “Chemin du Terroir”, inaugurated in October 2010, is a signposted trail that takes you through more than 226 kilometres of country backroads and byways, with discoveries to make at every turn. The Laurentians’ terroir features a wealth of agricultural ...
The Shore Road
Fasten your seat belt on the Saint-Lawrence Route, 78-km of beautiful scenery that extends infinitely along the Saint-Lawrence. From Baie-Saint-Paul to La Malbaie, through Les Éboulements, Saint-Irénée and Isle-aux-Coudres, the intoxicating ocean fragrances ...
Whales of Quebec!
The St. Lawrence River is the best place in the world to see whales in their natural habitat. With stunning landscapes, 13 whale species, an enormous Marine Park and amazing cruises, it’s the ideal destination for a truly unique experience: an encounter ...