Discover our first BESIDE destination in Lanaudière
Sweet discoveries in our provincial capital and surrounding areas.
Vanlife is so much more than a hashtag that makes you want to quit your job: it’s quickly becoming an unbeatable way to travel Québec this summer.
When Jane-Anne Cormier returned to Le Havre to start Les Vagues after 10 years in the city, she had a goal—to combine her two great passions: the river and SUP.
We asked guest contributors for their “portable culture” recommendations. Here are their top books, music, and podcasts to take to the lake, to the local park, or on your summer road trip.
A portrait of a region proudly affirming its culture through tourism.
Vineyards, fruit, and vegetable farms, birdwatching, rolling landscapes, and picnics rustled up from fresh local products: the Québec countryside offers pleasures for everyone.
Hiking, stargazing, flora and wildlife observation, camping, and biking: forests are the backdrop for nearly every potential outdoor excursion in Québec.
Sea kayaking, ancestral homes, whale watching, salt harvest: from Montréal to the Côte Nord, with a detour to the Île d’Orléans and Saguenay, the river awaits, inviting you to take it slow. Look at a (1197 km) horizon.
Rustic canoe-camping on an island, northern lights, abundant flora, and paddleboarding — the options are endless on the lakes and rivers of Québec.
Hiking, rock-climbing, mountain biking, and amazing stargazing: that's just a handful of the many activities Québec's peaks have to offer.
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May 25, 2023