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Bas-Saint-Laurent - Take the time
From La Pocatière to Sainte-Luce-sur-Mer, passing by Kamouraska, Rivière-du-Loup, Trois-Pistoles and Rimouski, the splendour of the Bas-Saint-Laurent region from the river to rich maritime heritage offers itself to you. Come discover the St. Lawrence ...
 
Charlevoix Tourism
Unveiling stunning landscapes, the Charlevoix region was shaped by the impact of a meteorite that fell 400 million years ago. Is it surprising then that the region is infused with a one-of-a-kind energy conducive to creativity of chefs and producers, ...
 
The Laurentians - Life up close, winter!
Just north of Montréal, the Laurentians region is the ideal destination for mountains of activities this summer: Hikes, water activities, ziplines, water slides, golf, or cycling along road circuits, on a mountain path or in nature on the famous linear ...
 
Outaouais - A region where fun awaits you
Head to western Quebec and discover a part of the province you have yet to visit: Outaouais. A real trip for all your senses with cultural and gourmet discoveries, and life’s little pleasures. And no need to look any further for family vacations! Animal ...
 
Centre-du-Québec, just the place to captivate you
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 ...
 
Montérégie - Just perfect
The Montérégie region is 11,000 km2 of discoveries, flavours, experiences and emotions. Montérégie is the perfect destination for a romantic getaway or family vacation and offers a wide range of activities to do all year round. In the summer, choose from ...
 
Tourisme Abitibi-Témiscamingue
Abitibi-Témiscamingue, contrary to popular belief, is not found in the north of Quebec; its 65,000 square kilometres (40,389 square miles) of luxurious forests, fish-filled lakes, dynamic cities and picturesque villages are located to the south of north ...
 
Eastern Townships - My place to be
A trip in the Eastern Townships? Our postcard landscapes, our mountains as high as the sky (or almost!), our national and regional parks serving as backdrops for our many activities, our tourist routes on which you’ll actually love to lose your way; our ...
 
Gaspésie - Be in the loop!
It’s for good reason that Gaspésie is a sought-out destination known in the history of Quebec tourism. Long renowned for the beauty of its imposing natural landscapes, the region attracts visitors from all around the world. First coveted by the bourgeoisie ...
 
Nunavik - Quebec's Far North
Welcoming, wild and beautiful, Nunavik is found in Quebec’s arctic region: a vast, virgin territory located to the north of the 55th parallel, bordered on the west by Hudson Bay, to the north by Hudson Strait, and to the east by Ungava Bay and Labrador ...