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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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It's a fact that being in contact with nature provides an unequalled feeling of well-being, no matter who you are! The Granby region is full of green spaces, accessible to all. Choose from the hiking trails you'll find at ecological parks, interpretation ...
 
Jacques-Cartier Tourism - the biggest playground in Québec!
Located just 20 minutes north of downtown Quebec, La Jacques-Cartier is an inspiring, authentic and natural territory. Sometimes hilly, sometimes mountainous, dotted with lakes, rivers, lined with trees and forests, it is a remarkable tourist destination ...
 
Venture out to the Centre-du-Québec region and explore our must-see spots! Spoil yourself and savour the sumptuous local gastronomy or the allure of a romantic getaway. Crowned the cranberry capital, the Centre-du-Québec region is overflowing with flavour ...
 
Brome-Missisquoi Region
Brome-Missisquoi is recognized as Quebec’s official wine region with more than twenty vineyards to discover on Brome-Missisquoi Wine Route. It’s also a well-known epicurean destination where you’ll find many gourmet restaurants, agritourism businesses ...
 
Appealing, foodie, festive and accessible, Saint-Hyacinthe area invites you to enjoy simple pleasures, have memorable encounters, try unique activities, savour authentic and enjoy a change of scenery. You also get direct access to producers, shopkeepers ...
 
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 ...
 
Coaticook River Valley
What we have in common is the longest pedestrian suspension bridge in North America, an enchanted forest teeming with fairies after dark, the best ice cream in the world (whose jar then becomes the best spaghetti sauce container), and the most beautiful ...
 
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 ...
 
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 Rimouski
Do you like national parks, striking panoramas, gardens, arts or heritage? The sites and attractions offer you all that, and some even offer unique experiences! In Rimouski, the must-sees are worth the detour…
 
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