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Atlantic salmon fishing in Québec
Atlantic salmon swim in the maritime St. Lawrence and many of its major tributaries, particularly on the North Shore and in the Gaspésie region.
Family holidays: celebrations and festivals galore!
Shows and entertainment in Québec: Purchase tickets (shows, films, exhibitions, sports events)
Québec's country routes: The Rivers' Road, Mauricie
With its Rivers' Road (265 km / 165 mi), Mauricie invites you to discover its fascinating nature bordering approximately ten waterways, including the emblematic Rivière Saint-Maurice.
Flying to Québec – airports: Montréal, Québec City, Mont-Tremblant
Québec has three international airports: Montréal-Trudeau, Jean-Lesage (Québec City) and Mont-Tremblant (Laurentides).
Contact us in writing: information about Québec and reservations
Contact us in writing (mail, e-mail, fax) for information on vacationing in Québec, to make reservations or to receive documentation.
Nature, adventure and ecotourism in Québec
Getting around Québec by boat: ferries and ferry service
Numerous ferries provide point-to-point service on the St. Lawrence and other waterways. The Îles-de-la-Madeleine and Basse-Côte-Nord region can also be accessed by boat.
The coastline is calling
Maritime Québec stretches along the Gulf of St. Lawrence and teems with scenic tourist routes and parks that are ideal for observing whales, seals and sea birds.
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