Take some time for a getaway to the Bas-Saint-Laurent region
 
Destinations to explore, June 28, 2021 2021-06-28
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Sunset in Kamouraska Kamouraska, © Mathieu Dupuis

There are so many ways to marvel at the Bas-Saint-Laurent region. The majestic river and its rich maritime heritage will amaze you, as will the breathtaking sunsets. You'll also find great destinations where you can enjoy the outdoors, not to mention superb lakes for swimming and water sports. When you go on vacation in the heart of this magnificent nature, you’re sure to remember you time in this splendid region for years to come.

Le Bas-Saint-Laurent se découvre aisément à vélo. Parc Linéaire Petit Témis
Bas-Saint-Laurent is a great place for cyclists. Parc Linéaire Petit Témis

An activity for visitors of all ages

Dive into the past with a visit to the Site historique maritime de la Pointe-au-Père, a magnificent museum and lighthouse located along the river. Starting in July, an outdoor tour, complementary to the visit of the submarine, invites you on a walkway dotted with terminals with an electronic tablet. The tour highlights the "Super Powers of the Onondaga" in a fun and interactive way: How did the people live in the submarine? How could the submarine dive so quickly and how did it communicate? Learn all of the secrets of the Onondaga!

Getting hot outside? Get in the water! 

With nearly one kilometre of fine sand, the Pohénégamook Beach is among the most beautiful beaches in Quebec. With your family or your sweetheart, or on your own, you can go swimming, rent boats like canoes, kayaks, paddleboats and paddleboards, and even camp on site on unserviced lots that can accommodate motor homes, trailers and tents. In addition, kids will be thrilled to try out one of the largest inflatable water games in Canada!

An enchanting place to stay

Do you love the outdoors, but prefer to stay in a cabin rather than a tent? Then you're sure to love the new four-season eco-refuges of the Société d'écologie de la batture du Kamouraska (SEBKA). They include a fold-away double bed, a table, a sofa bed, an incinerating toilet and a combustion stove, and all sanitary services are nearby. You will also be able to enjoy a fire pit, a picnic table and a breathtaking view of the magnificent St. Lawrence River.

Site historique maritime de la Pointe-au-Père
Site historique maritime de la Pointe-au-Père

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