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Tourisme Vaudreuil-Soulanges
There’s something for every taste in Vaudreuil-Soulanges –it’s in our nature! Close to Montreal and Ontario, it’s the perfect 4-season destination for a getaway. With its vineyards, microbreweries, fruit and vegetable farms, maple groves, and more, the ...
 
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Visit Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue
At the western tip of the island of Montreal, Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue is a dynamic village just 25 minutes from downtown. Discover the commercial street lined with iconic restaurants and shops along the National Historic site of the Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue ...
 
Québec by the Sea is an amazing travel destination made up of four regions: Bas-Saint-Laurent, Gaspésie, Côte-Nord and the Îles de la Madeleine. Although very different from each other, these regions are united by the sea and a common maritime tradition ...
 
Vieux Canal de Beauharnois
Located in the heart of the Salaberry-de-Valleyfield town centre on the edge of Lake Saint-François, the old Beauharnois Canal is a highly popular meeting point among boaters. Overnight berthing with services, equipment rentals such as paddle boats, ...
 
Sainte-Luce, a beautiful municipality located halfway between Rimouski and Mont-Joli, is the perfect place for nature and sea lovers. The beach of Anse-aux-Coques, a nationally renowned seaside resort, is a place of relaxation and leisure for visitors ...
 
The MRC Les Moulins, situated on the banks of the rivière des Mille Îles near Montreal and Laval, is a highly attractive destination due to its location and blend of natural and urban features. In the heart of the MRC Les Moulins, Vieux-Terrebonne is ...
 
Ile d'Orleans - Let yourself be seduced
In the middle of the mighty St. Lawrence River, but within sight of Quebec City, sits Île d’Orléans, an entire island that is a designated historical district. The traditional Quebec countryside is preserved here in this, the cradle of New France. Visitors ...
 
Just 45 minutes from Montreal, the Sorel-Tracy region, recognized by UNESCO as the Lac Saint-Pierre Biosphere Reserve, invites you to explore its natural wonders. Embark on a cruise, try kayaking, canoeing, or paddleboarding, or freely roam the trails ...
 
Discover Minganie, its hidden treasures, and vast natural expanses waiting to be explored! From Manitou Falls to the pebbles of Natashquan, and from the Mingan Archipelago to Anticosti Island, the unique flora and fauna, as well as our seafood and local ...
 
La Malbaie sector
With more than two centuries of history, La Malbaie is considered as the cradle of vacationing in Canada. Wandering on the rue du Quai in Pointe-au-Pic, or slowly climbing the chemin des Falaises, lets the visitor discover the bucolic charm of marine ...
 
Tourisme Témiscouata
Go green… with Témiscouata! A genuine gem of nature, the Témiscouata region is less than three hours from Québec, in the southern part of the Bas-Saint-Laurent region. This vast territory has more than 900 lakes and rivers, including the famous Lake Témiscouata ...