Laurentians

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Québec’s premier four-season destination

This region’s four-season resorts have made it a leader in North America and worldwide. Such prestige positioning is due to the excellence and variety of its accommodations as well as an outstanding array of leisure pursuits in superb natural settings.

Snapshot of the region

140 establishments

Mauricie

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Discoveries a-plenty right next door

Located just 90 minutes away for 80% of Québec’s population, Mauricie is bisected by the Rivière Saint-Maurice, a tributary of the St. Lawrence. Consisting of nearly nine-tenths wilderness—good news for those who love the great outdoors—the region is marked by its religious and industrial history as much as by its cultural creativity and festive outlook.

Snapshot of the region

60 establishments

Lanaudière

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Wide-open spaces

We came to hear the music of its hundreds of waterfalls as well as that of its festivals.” Culture, nature, food and adventure: there’s lots of good reasons to head for the hills of Lanaudière! The region also has plenty to please sports buffs and outdoor enthusiasts, with activities for every season.

Snapshot of the region

89 establishments

Laval

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No end of things to do

In 1965, the island of Laval merged its 14 municipalities into a single city. Self-defined as “Urban by nature”, Laval today offers the best of both town and country. Along with superb shopping at mega-malls like Carrefour Laval or Centre Laval, attractions that combine fun with education, and numerous dining destinations, the island is an important centre of agricultural production, with fully 30% of its surface area given over to the activities of some 150 farmers and growers.

Snapshot of the region

51 establishments

Québec

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Cradle of French North America

Founded in 1608 by Samuel de Champlain, designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, Québec City is the only fortified city in North America north of Mexico. Brimming with treasures, it’s much more than just a living museum. Inside and outside the walls of Old Québec are a host of gastronomic discoveries, cultural goings-on, special and sporting events and, of course, superb shopping. The surrounding region doesn’t lag behind, either. There’s Île d’Orléans, the largest heritage site in Québec. There’s one of North America’s oldest thoroughfares, the New France route, which links Old Québec with the Côte-de-Beaupré and is studded with points of interest.

Snapshot of the region

191 establishments

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