Auberge du Vieux-Moulin © J.Vigneux
Parc national de la Pointe-Taillon © TQ/S.Deschênes

Nature getaways

You want to get out of the city to relax but still enjoy all its conveniences. Come to Québec for cozy inns, 200 or so full-service spas, chalets, rustic cottages, and outfitters where you’ll find everything you need for a quiet escape or a longer stay. Stay active with a wide range of outdoor activities in every season or set foot in a full-service resort and never leave! Let the beauty of nature wash over you and truly allow yourself to let it all go.

  • Nordic spa culture

  • Château Montebello is world’s biggest log cabin

  • Soak in all-season outdoor baths

Enjoy the spoils of nature

  • Welcome to a new comfort zone Hôtel Sacacomie

    It’s a hotel. It’s a log cabin. It’s a log cabin hotel. And it’s like no place you’ve ever seen. Overlooking a majestic lake and bordering the Mastigouche Wildlife Reserve, the Sacacomie Hotel is the epitome of creature comforts.

    Hôtel Sacacomie © Québec Authentique
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    Lac Sacacomie © TQ/C.Savard
  • Live the high life at 2,000 feet above sea level Auberge de montagne des Chic-Chocs

    This mountain lodge will really move you. The Chic-Choc Hotel is the first of its kind in eastern Canada. Perched in the Matane Wildlife Reserve, it’s surrounded by 60 square kilometres of wilderness. Are you up for it?

    Auberge de montagne des Chic-Chocs © Sépaq
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    Auberge de montagne des Chic-Chocs © Sépaq
  • Adventure on the ground and in the sky Parc Aventures Cap Jaseux

    Cap Jaseux is for those who can’t sit still and those who prefer to chill. For those who can’t sit still: via ferrata, sea kayaking, sailing, and fishing. And for those who prefer to chill: kick back in a glass dome, suspended sphere or a tree house.

    Cap-Jaseux © TQ/M.Laporte
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    Cap-Jaseux © TQ/M.Laporte
  • Ride the rails on the riverside Train de Charlevoix

    All aboard the Train de Charlevoix. Ride the rails and relax. Escape the city. And take in the rolling countryside. With 125 km of non-stop scenery, it’s Charlevoix at its most natural.

    Charlevoix © C.Perron
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    Charlevoix © C.Perron