A picuresque World Heritage Site with cobbled streets and beautiful architecture.
Situated at the confluence of the Sagenay Fjord and St Lawrence River providing a playground for whale watching.
The crown jewel of the Laurentians with a pedestrian village and plenty of activities.
Superb cuisine, vibrant nightlife, shopping and attractions.
Situated on Brome Lake this pretty village is the perfect base to explore the area.
A beautiful region with imposing mountains, lakes and forests.
A stay in a luxury wilderness lodge is ‘must do’ in Québec
Breathtaking scenery, a majestic fjord and impressive lake.
Only two metro stops from the city centre, the Snow Village features a hotel, bar, restaurant, wedding chapel, Nordic spa and igloos, as well as activities on site such as dog sledding. More information can be found here.
Canada’s largest province is located at the North East tip of North America. French culture is everywhere from the language to pavement cafes, cobbled streets and fabulous food. Beautiful scenery that blazes with colour during autumn is decorated with tiny villages to discover and superb accommodation.
The majestic St Lawrence River snakes through vast forests that provide vibrant ‘fall’ colours that rival any that New England can offer. French culture thrives in this region through cobbled streets, in patisseries and quaint cafés. Steeped in history Québec City rightly deserves the UNESCO World Heritage Site honour given in 1985. Chateau Frontenac‘s castle-like building dominates the only walled city in North America.
Montréal is more modern, although it does have an old town. The stunning Basilica of Notre Dame dates back to 1824 and horsedrawn carriages line the cobbled streets. This is a lively and cosmopolitan city which boasts a varied nightlife and fantastic shopping in underground shopping malls.
In the Appalachian foothills lie the picturesque Eastern Townships. Picture postcard villages with Victorian architecture set in amazing scenery. With art galleries, antique shops and a wine route to follow this charming region is truly memorable.
The Laurentians, north of Montréal, is home to Mont Tremblant, the number one ski resort that is also an activity playground in the summer. Visit a sugar shack and sample the delicious maple syrup of the region.
Charlevoix is the coastal region between Québec and the Saguenay River. This UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve boasts acres of wildfl owers and cosy villages nestled in enchanting scenery.
The southern bank of the St Lawrence sweeping into the Atlantic is the Gaspé Peninsula. Balancing a jagged coastline with fabulous forests this area is interspersed with gorgeous small towns and pretty villages.
The Mauricie region is a land of contrasts, beauty, history and culture. With 85% of its territory untouched, it's a dream come true for outdoor enthusiasts and highlights how close the wilderness is to both major cities
Québec’s wildlife is a major draw with whale watching in the St Lawrence estuary, black bear observation, moose, caribou, snowy owls, etc
Montréal is especially renowned for the number of festivals that place throughout the year, with many free performances and activities, such as the Canada Formula One Grand Prix, the Montréal International Jazz Festival and the Montréal Just for Laughs Festival. And there is also Québec City’s famous Winter Carnaval.
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