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Quebec Province

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Gateway to nature

Predominantly French speaking, the vast province of Quebec has diverse landscapes, a rich culture, tasty gastronomy and a calendar full of festivals. While the lure of Montreal and Quebec City is hard to resist, we highly recommend you take the opportunity to venture outside the city confines and discover the wilderness beyond.

Why visit?

  • Awesome scenery
  • National and regional parks
  • Outdoor activities
  • Whale watching
  • History and heritage
  • Welcoming people
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Hotel Baie St Paul - Exterior

Hotel Baie-St-Paul

From £44 pp
Bronze

This traditional property conveniently lies just two minutes from the centre of Baie-St-Paul.

Auberge des Battures - Exterior

Auberge des Battures

From £45 pp
Bronze

This country-style hotel perches between Saguenay's fjord and forest.

Hotel Tadoussac exterior

Hotel Tadoussac

From £59 pp
Bronze Plus

This landmark resort is located east of Québec City overlooking Tadoussac Bay and the St Lawrence River.

Fairmont Le Manoir Richelieu - Exterior

Fairmont Le Manoir Richelieu

From £67 pp
Gold

Nestled between mountains, forest and the scenic village of La Malbaie.

Hotel Sacacomie - Exterior and Views

Hotel Sacacomie

From £89 pp
Silver

In a forested lakeside setting bordering the Mastigouche Wildlife Reserve, just 93 miles north east of Montréal and only ten minutes from Saint Alexis des Monts.

Fairmont Tremblant - Fairmont Room

Fairmont Tremblant

From £89 pp
Silver Plus

Nestled in the heart of the European-style village at the foot of Mont Tremblant Resort.

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The facts:

Getting there: Mont-Tremblant is about 1 hour 30 minutes drive from Montreal; Tadoussac is approximately 3 hours drive from Quebec City, while St-Alexis-des-Monts is about 2 hours drive from Quebec City or Montreal.

Best time to travel: Spring stirs around mid-March in Quebec and is when the snow begins to melt and the sun feels warmer. June to September is an ideal time to get out and play with plenty of warm weather, perfect for the outdoor life. Autumn sweeps in with a burst of colour and is the perfect time for long rambles and leisurely bike rides. Winter brings snow and freezing temperatures, but you’ll still find lots of fun and activities on offer.

Toronto climate:

Mont Tremblant Climate Chart