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Cradle of the French civilization in North America
Quebec is the largest of the 10 Canadian provinces and is located in the eastern part of the country, before the Gulf of St. Lawrence. This region of Canada is mainly covered by forests and uninhabited territories, especially to the north. It enjoys changing weather depending on the seasons. The majority of the inhabitants have settled along the St. Lawrence River and along the Canada/USA border.
Red guard Quebec is divided into 21 tourist regions. When browsing this website, you will discover these regions, awaiting you to reveal their hidden treasures. Travel through the great land of Abitibi-T�miscamingue, see all the expertise of Quebec's engineering with the Baie-James dams and feel the warmth of the Inuit's welcome and the beauty of the midnight sun in Nunavik. When you go down south, you can admire the dazzling whales along the Whale route in the Manicouagan region, or learn more about the Natives living in the region. The numerous and breathtaking archipelagos of the Duplessis region are spectacular. Farther in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, the �les-de-la-Madeleine will amaze you with their beautiful red cliffs, their green pastures and the bright blue water of the gulf surrounding the islands.
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The Gasp�sie, land of water and mountains, will welcome you with open arms, while in the Bas-Saint-Laurent, you will be dazzled by the exceptional colours of the sunsets. In Charlevoix, arts and culture have the place of honour, while the Chaudi�re-Appalaches region charms its visitors with its tasty regional products. Cross the bridge to discover the region of Qu�bec, the national capital and cradle of the French civilization in North America. A few hundred kilometres north of Quebec, you will be astonished by the majestic Saguenay - Lac-Saint-Jean region, this true inner sea and pioneer land. Maple syrup is a typical Quebec product, but it is mainly produced in the Centre-du-Qu�bec region, which invites you to visit its maple groves and to sample this delicious nectar. Across the river, the Mauricie region awaits you with its national and regional parks, in which you can do a great variety of outdoor activities.

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Lanaudi�re has a lot of surprises in store for you with its large green spaces and parks, while its neighbour, the Laurentides, awaits you for a well-deserved relaxing moment. In the Outaouais, you will be charmed by the numerous museums, parks and by Canada's national capital nearby. Montreal, the metropolis, is always bustling with activities, while Laval, to the north, reveals its intellectual side to science enthusiasts. To the south, the Mont�r�gie region unrolls its fields and orchards to make you discover its numerous agrotourism roads. End up your journey by the Wine road and the numerous health centres of the Eastern Townships.

Quebec, it's all that, and more! The numerous fascinating attractions, the entertaining festivals, the green parks and the inviting museums are all activities awaiting you during your next stay in the province. We invite you to browse this tourist guide to discover all the activities and unique characteristics of each one of the regions. Have fun visiting and we hope to see you soon!

 

 
 
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Quebec’s activity guide is a complete source of travel information to find all the information you need to plan your stay in the province of Quebec. In this travel guide, you will find information concerning the regions of Quebec, the attractions, activities, not to be missed events as well as lodging.

Visit our travel guide to find all the relevant information about tourism in Quebec, as well as about many sports and outdoor activities, water activities, agrotourism, parks and >hiking, family fun, restaurants, shopping, health centres and spas, cruises, cultural activities and festivals and event.

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