Discover the regions of Québec

Discover the regions of Québec

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Montréal

The Island of Montreal rises where the Ottawa River flows into the St. Lawrence, in southwestern Quebec.

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The Laurentians

Rich in landscapes, with placid lakes and immense forests, the Laurentian region of Quebec fascinates both by its history and by its wide-open spaces

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Laval

Laval is Quebec’s third-most populated city. Located on an island called Île Jésus just north of Montreal, it is delimited by the Rivière des Prairies (the Back River) to the south and the Mille Îles (Thousand Islands) river to the north.

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Montérégie

The Montérégie is in the south of Quebec. It extends from the St. Lawrence River to the U.S. Border, where it adjoins the states of New York and Vermont.

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The Estrie

The Estrie is the official name of the administrative region known as the Eastern Townships.

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Lanaudière

Only 30 kilometres northeast of Montreal, the Lanaudière region has a thousand and one colourful sights that open the door to an abundance of original activities.

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The Mauricie

The Mauricie region is synonymous with wide-open spaces, forests, lakes and rivers. It is halfway between Montreal and Quebec City—an hour and a half’s drive from both.

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Abitibi-Témiscamingue

Abitibi-Témiscamingue is an administrative region located in western Quebec that is steeped in history.

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Centre-du-Québec

With its country villages, leafy forests and multicoloured fields of crops rolling into the mighty St. Lawrence River, the centre of Quebec seems right out of a Leonid Afremov painting.

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Chaudière-Appalaches

With rustic landscapes, delicious local produce, and warm, welcoming locals, the Chaudière-Appalaches region is the place for people who want to enjoy life to the full.

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Cote-Nord

With a scenery dotted with natural elements reminiscent of several Quebec regions, you can easily see the Côte-Nord landscape as something of a mosaic. From Tadoussac to Blanc-Sablon, and from Schefferville to Anticosti Island and the Mingan Reserve, the region has six county municipalities and is the second-biggest region in Quebec.

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Gaspésie–Îles-de-la-Madeleine

Ocean, wind, seafood: There’s no better way to describe Gaspésie–Îles-de-la-Madeleine!

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Québec

Quebec is a dynamic, beautiful and historic city.

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Saguenay-lac-Saint-Jean

Blueberries. Yes, that’s right: Blueberries. Ask anyone in Quebec where to find the best blueberries in the world, and he or she will tell you without hesitation: “Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean!”

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The Lower St. Lawrence

The whispering sound of waves washing against boulders dotting the shores like giant building blocks, the green pageantry of rolling hills and valleys descending from the Appalachians—such is the region known as the Lower St. Lawrence.

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The Outaouais

From Fort-Coulonge to Montebello and from Maniwaki to Gatineau, it may well be impossible to get bored in the Outaouais.

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