Quebec Province Holidays

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.

Within easy reach of Montreal are the lovely Laurentian Mountains where you'll discover rolling hills, beautiful lakes and picturesque villages. The region is must for those who love the outdoors with its national and regional parks, vast protected areas and wide-open spaces. Not to be missed in this region is Mont-Tremblant, which while renowned as a top ski resort offers many activities throughout the year along with major international sporting and cultural events.

The Manicouagan region is another wonderful place to visit if you like the outdoor life, beaches, good food and adventure. One of the region's crowning jewels is the Saguenay-St Lawrence Marine Park, at the mouth of the Fjord du Saguenay. Head to Tadoussac and along with spectacular scenery discover fabulous whale watching, an abundance of marine life, hiking trails, watersports and ecotourism activities.

Located between Montreal and Quebec City, Mauricie is a region of stunning natural beauty which spans from the St Lawrence River to the heart of the boreal forest. Mauricie is famed for its picturesque scenery, dense forests, history, heritage and welcoming people.

    Why visit Quebec Province?
  • City of festivals
  • Historic Old Montreal
  • Amazing Underground City
  • Superb museums
  • Restaurants for all tastes
  • Welcoming people

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A collection of holidays across Canada from cosmopolitan cities, iconic National Parks, fascinating cruises and spectacular rail journeys. Also includes Alaska & the Yukon Territory.


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Essential facts about Quebec Province
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Travel information

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 go

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.