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Discover Quebec - La Belle Province

Rich in French culture and history, Quebec is truly unique Canadian province. Nicknamed La Belle Province (The Beautiful Province) because of the splendor and diversity of its landscape and architecture, you have  to come for visit, immerse yourself in this spectacular variety and find out why the nickname reflect the true beauty and nature of Quebec.

In terms of area, La Belle Province is also the biggest province in Canada. It is located in the eastern part of Canada and extends north from the United States border to Hudson Strait and east from the shores of Hudson Bay to the region of Labrador.

Visit Quebec City
- The capital of Quebec, Quebec City is truly one of the most beautiful cities in Canada and a "must see" for any traveler to Canada. This old fortified city bustling with activity and culture is brimming with romance and joie-de-vivre.You will have chance to experience and feel the charm of old Europe with most wonderful sceneries, people, history, and culture right here in North America! Québec City will charm you with its boutiques, landscapes, people and countless culinary delights.

Visit Montreal - An international destination of choice, Montréal is easily accessed by land, water and air. Downtown is a mere 20 minutes from the airport, which handles some 200 flights daily. Visitors will find this compact island city great for walking, and can easily—and safely— explore its vibrant neighbourhoods on foot, at any time of the day or night. Montréal is also multicultural, boasting more than 80 ethnic communities, and enjoys an outstanding reputation worldwide for gourmet dining.

Visit Côte-de-Beaupré Region - The unique and diverse Côte-de-Beaupré region is renowned for its storied history and vacation possibilities. Just a stone’s throw from Old Québec, it nestles between Montmorency Falls, the St. Lawrence River, Cap Tourmente, and Mont-Sainte-Anne. Don’t miss the chance to discover its more than 160 attractions. Discover its majestic waterfalls, forests, heritage treasures, and farmlands, and enjoy a very special blend of nature, history, and culture.

Île d'Orléans - The island
(situated only 5 kilometres down-river from Quebec City) is described as the "microcosm" of traditional Quebec and as the birthplace of francophones in America. Today, Île d'Orléans is recognized as being the most important district of Quebec. Known as the "Garden of Quebec", the Island  has for many years provided nearby Quebec City with fresh produce such as seasonal fruit and vegetables, cereals, maple products, as well as farm produce and boasts of a long-standing reputation for quality and authenticity. Tourism has become an integral part of the island's economy, offering an undeniable escape from every day life to more than 600,000 visitors each year. Ïle d'Orléans offers each visitor first class accomodation from a vast choice of quality B&Bs and inns, excellent regional cuisine and local produce all sold in local shops and roadside stands, a rich cultural heritage, pastoral scenery, the works of local artists and craftsmen, and, of course, the ever present majestic St. Lawrence.

Région de Portneuf - This interesting and beautiful region, which extends from the Saint Lawrence River to the Laurentian Mountains is well known for its wealth of interesting historical, architectural and cultural experiences.

The North Shore - The North Shore, bordered by the St. Lawrence River, extends from the Fjord of the Saguenay River to the borders of Newfoundland and Labrador. This region evokes the admiration of all with its grandeur, remarkable biodiversity and breathtaking panoramic views of the sea as well as the forests. In either case, the enormity of the territory defies the horizon and the imagination! The boreal forest, strewn with lakes and drained by mighty rivers, makes up three-quarters of this territory!

The Laurentians -
A vast and welcoming region, a fascinating land, the Laurentians, north of Montréal, is a world renowned four-season tourist destination. Our 22,000 sq. km. territory spans south to north from Rivière des Mille-Iles to the huge territories north of Mont-Laurier and east to west, from the borderline of the Lanaudière region to the boundaries of the Outaouais region. Journeying over plains and valleys, trekking over hills and mountains, you will discover a kaleidoscope of landscapes, bursting with beauty. Mountainside and lakeside cottages, heritage homes, lively towns and villages will delight you! 

Mauricie - encompasses a far-flung territory, 39 748 km2 in size. It stretches north starting from the majestic St-Lawrence River meandering up the St-Maurice Valley until it greets the confines of the Abitibi and the Saguenay - Lac St-Jean regions. Situated halfway between the two major metropolises of this province, Montréal and Québec, this gigantic tract of land is no more than an hour and a half's drive away from either of the two urban poles.

The Charlevoix Region - With its two hundred year tradition of hospitality and its proximity to Québec City, the Charlevoix region combines the majesty of mountainous landscapes with the splendor of the St. Lawrence as it changes from a freshwater river to a saltwater estuary. Charlevoix is synonymous with fresh air and wide open spaces, making it a choice destination for outdoor activities. Its three national parks and marine mammal observation area—one of the most beautiful in the world—bear witness to the stunning diversity of its natural sites.

Laval - Laval has everything to please: An astonishing city and an island full of green spaces and lush nature. If you looked at an aerial panorama of Laval, you would be amazed at the wonderful harmony that exists between nature and the hustle & bustle of modern urban living. This wonderful blend of urban excitement and the great outdoors makes Laval a uniquely complete destination. The Parc de la Rivière-des-Mille-Îles is worth a visit all by itself!

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