• Downhill skiing and snowboarding

    See and do

    Québec offers skiers and snowboarders a good long winter season to pursue their passion.

  • Dogsledding

    See and do

    A traditional mode of transport in the Great White North, the dogsled puts you in touch with nature as it lets you bond in a special way with man’s best friend. 

  • Churches and religious sites

    See and do

    Since the earliest days of New France in the 17th century, religion and public demonstrations of faith have been a vital aspect of Québec society. 

  • Campgrounds

    Accommodation

    Feeling the need to get back to basics? Go camping! Some 850 rated campgrounds offer up sites and facilities for every taste and budget in stunning natural settings: in the forest, on an island, alongside a river or on a fine sandy beach.

  • Casinos

    See and do

    Québec’s four casinos offer an exhilarating combination of gaming, entertainment and fine dining.

  • Shopping

    See and do

    Got the shopping bug and looking to find something unique, made in Québec and perfect for you? You’re in luck, as homegrown artisans, artists, creators and producers offer a wide variety of products.

  • The St. Lawrence

    Where to go

    Québec’s southern latitudes are bisected by one of the world’s longest rivers:
    the St. Lawrence, gateway to the Great Lakes and the North American heartland since time immemorial.

  • Getting around Québec

    Vacation planning

    Find the most suitable mode of transportation for you to get arround Québec during your vacations and holidays: by car, by bus, by train, by plane, by bike and by boat.
  • Abitibi-Témiscamingue

    Where to go

    Get a new lease on life in Abitibi-Témiscamingue, an untouched paradise in western Québec that’s teeming with cultural treasures and adventure possibilities.

  • Outaouais

    Where to go

    The Outaouais region is located just a few hours from Montréal and only minutes from Ottawa.

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