Québec is a combination of scenic wilderness, modern cities and old world charm and is full of interesting attractions, gardens, history, heritage, monuments, lighthouses, covered bridges... the list goes on.
Québec is divided into 20 tourist regions from the Îles-de-la-Madeleine to the Far North, an immense territory of exceptional natural beauty.
This beautiful island offers some unique attractions as well as the usual tourist sites. The attractions include museums, parks, plays, golf course, horseback riding, bird watching, hunting, fishing, sea cruises, scuba diving and windsurfing.
The Gaspé region is well-known for its "Rocher Percé". The region offers magnificent landscapes, fine sand beaches and unique ancestral houses.
Québec City and Area - A taste of Old Europe
The Greater Quebec Tourist Area bordered on the south by the St. Lawrence River, is located in the South Central part of Quebec Province. The area includes The Greater Quebec City Area with more than half a million residents, primarily French speaking.
The area is divided into 4 Municipalities and the City of Quebec.
Charlevoix has magnificent scenery that attracts painters, poets, writers and visitors. Travel the secondary roads to witness the life of the locals and observe the breathtaking scenery.
Montreal is a world renowned Cosmopolitan City and the second French-speaking city in the world. A dynamic and modern region that has preserved its architectural heritage.
Downtown bustles with life at the foot of a mountain, while history is rooted in the old quarters near the river. With its year-round party atmosphere, Montréal beats to the rhythm of its festivals: jazz, comedy, cinema, fireworks and more!