Québec is a
place of unique unbelievable scenic wilderness and modern cities with
old world charm you name it, in Quebec they've got it. Gardens galore,
history, heritage, monuments, lighthouses, covered bridges... the list
goes on and on. Quebec is full of interesting attractions &
combination of different imaginations.
Québec is divided into 20
tourist regions. From the Îles-de-la-Madeleine to the Far North, they
cover an immense territory of exceptional natural beauty. Each has its
predominant feature the St. Lawrence River, virgin forests, lakes and
streams, mountains and each reflects a different aspect of Québec,
whose history, culture and geography are unique in North America. Below
are some of the beautiful places to visit in Quebec.
This beautiful island offers
unique tourist attractions as well as some attractions that are common
to most tourist regions. Some of them are: 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", this region
offers magnificent landscapes, beaches with fine sand that invites
swimmers, unique ancestral houses, the scent of the sea, and the
singing of birds.
Québec City and Area
taste of Old Europe
The Greater Quebec Area Tourist Region, bordered on the south by the
St. Lawrence River, is located in the South Central part of the
province of Quebec. It includes The Greater Quebec City Area, and has
more than half a million residents, primarily French speaking. This
area is divided into four Multi-County Regional Municipalities and one
Breathtaking views at every turn
Charlevoix is a beautiful region
with magnificent scenery that attracts painters, poets, writers and
visitors. One must leave the highways and travel along the secondary
roads of the towns and villages to grasp the way of life that ensured
the livelihood of local residents. These concession roads offer
breathtaking scenery you can't resist.
Montreal is the
metropolis of the province of Quebec and the second French-speaking
city in the world. A dynamic and modern region that was able to
preserve its architectural heritage.
Its downtown bustles with life
at the foot of its 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