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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 ...
 
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Tourisme Granby région
The region of Granby, a surprising destination! Well-known for its famous zoo, its bike paths and the Parc national de la Yamaska, this region is at the heart of the network of bike paths in Quebec and is home to the Artria trail, a type of open-air museum ...
 
Tourisme Mont-Tremblant
Recognized worldwide as the ski resort in Northeastern America and picturesque landscapes, Mont-Tremblant is the perfect outdoor destination to get away from it all and set off on an adventure. Its majestic mountains and wondrous variety of wildlife will ...
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
The Basques region is located in the heart of the Bas-Saint-Laurent region and is made up of 11 rural municipalities, including Trois-Pistoles as its central city. Come and experience the Basques to discover the Route des WOW, to ride its bike paths, ...
 
Montmagny and the islands offer a sweet and salty adventure in Chaudière-Appalaches. Grosse-Île, the island of the forties, allows you to experience the happiness and hopes of thousands of immigrants, while Isle-aux-Grues promises a special culture with ...
 
Municipalité de Sainte-Martine
The municipality of Sainte-Martine is characterized by its meandering river and its endless corn fields. During the summer, birdwatchers from all over come to observe the birds near the falls. In winter, the river is transformed into a huge skating rink ...
 
Baie-Johan-Beetz is a municipality of about 100 people located along the shore of the St. Lawrence River, 300 km east of Sept-Îles and 90 km west of Natashquan. It only takes a few minutes walk or a few paddle strokes to be surrounded by nature and contemplate ...
 
Tadoussac Tourism
Tadoussac is a village of 800 souls situated in the North Shore tourist region of Quebec at the maritime junction of the St. Lawrence River and the Saguenay Fjord. People have been meeting, celebrating and exchanging here for thousands of years! Originally ...
 
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