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.

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139 establishments

Centre-du-Québec

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The weather’s fine and the road is beckoning

Ideally located just an hour away from Montréal, Québec City and Trois-Rivières on the south shore of the St. Lawrence, Centre-du-Québec sparkles with its mix of urban and village life. Its hilly terrain is criss-crossed with ATV and snowmobile trails as well as over 1,000 km (620 mi.) of bike paths. Here, nature’s bounty makes for tasty farm tourism experiences that include maple products, renowned local cheeses, cranberries and even local wines.

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142 establishments

Côte-Nord

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Between earthly and unearthly

The Côte-Nord is actually an amalgamation of two regions: Manicouagan and Duplessis. Running along the St. Lawrence as it turns from estuary to gulf, the coastline here is dotted with lighthouses, whale-watching sites, archipelagos and beaches. But the magic extends far beyond the river: the Côte-Nord is also a prime destination for hunting, fishing, snowmobiling, green spaces, nature and scenery. Indeed, Manicouagan- Uapishka has been designated a UNESCO World Biosphere reserve. The sea mammals of the St. Lawrence River make their lovely dance in this region where everything is grandiose. The dams are oversized, and even the littlest villages astonish by their great beauty.

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50 establishments

Îles-de-la-Madeleine

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An archipelago surrounded by the sea

Right in the middle of the Gulf of St. Lawrence is a string of islands with evocative names: Grande Entrée, Grosse Île, Pointe aux Loups, Havre aux Maisons, Cap aux Meules and Havre Aubert. All except Entry Island are linked by route 199. Natural beauty is at every turn: long beaches, the dunes and their beach grass, grey and red sandstone cliffs.

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33 establishments

Bas-Saint-Laurent

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Picturesque villages, scenic byways

Between its Navigators’ and Border tourist routes and its landscape and heritage tours, the Bas-Saint-Laurent region invites you to take your time, whether you’re journeying by car, bike, motorcycle or snowmobile. Discover its numerous mid-river isles, its hundred- year-old lighthouses and its enchanting succession of towns, villages and countryside.

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87 establishments

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