The 10 Most Beautiful Towns in the Province Of Quebec


Thinking about moving to other city from Quebec Province? You are living in Montreal or Sherbrooke, Gatineau? In the province of Quebec, there are not only museums, fun places, bars, and clubs, but there is also a great variety of beautiful villages worth knowing. Next, we will mention 10 of the most beautiful villages in Quebec.

 

Cabo Gaspé

If you visit the Gaspésie peninsula, there are three places with more charm: its lighthouses (especially those of the north coast), Percé Rock and Bonaventure Island and the Forillon park, If you visit this last place, I recommend walking A little (about 2 hours) to get to this cape, a beautiful viewpoint on the Canadian Atlantic coast (whale watching).

When we reach the end, the first thing we will see will be

A beautiful lighthouse, and from there, a small path will take us to the viewpoint, where we can contemplate both the sea and the cliff in front of it.

 

Saint-Sauveur-des-Monts

Weekend destination, Saint-Sauveur promenade, the rhythm of the commercial bars and the choice of restaurants or bar where you will take a short break. The main street is full, in effect, shops, restaurants, bakeries, and bars. Located sixty kilometers from Montreal, near Mont Tremblant, this benefits the proximity of the city of Mont Saint-Sauveur (ski resort) and a water park.

 

L'Anse de Roche

On Highway 172, a few kilometers from Tadoussac, here is a real little gem as suddenly the world. With its pier, its small marina and a pergola to see the fjord, the place is a true paradise. This place allows you to discover a fawn differently: to see its beauty and immensity.

 

Sainte Rose du Nord

Welcome to Sainte-Rose-du-Nord, a small village in the Saguenay region. The charm of this town with a false air of Scandinavia, between the forest and the fjord, made a mandatory stop. Consider visiting the white church, inside the wood, discover the colorful houses, and take a break at the pier of the marina to see the fjord. If you want to see the photos of the view, take your car through the town, and then finish the ride. The first point of view is only 10 minutes away on foot.

 

Lévis

Located on the other side of the St. Lawrence River, facing Quebec City, Lévis is a very beautiful city, with white towers that seem to emerge from the red autumn leaves. It is possible to achieve Lévis take the ferry for a few dollars from the terminal located in Old Quebec, or for the free trip to the Pierre-Laporte. From here you have a panoramic view of Quebec City and its famous Château Frontenac, but also in the surrounding countryside.

 

Baie-Saint-Paul

Baie-Saint-Paul is one of the tourist towns on the northern coast of Quebec City. It is located about an hour's drive north of this city. It is formed by grouping houses in which painters display their paintings (in fact they are art galleries).

The houses are colored and adorned with a large number of flowers.

I recommend you stop a couple of hours: Take a walk through the galleries and have a coffee in the main square.

The small town of Baie-Saint-Paul has become in recent years a cultural step of authenticity. City of art, Baie-Saint-Paul sees an influx of landscape painters of the nineteenth century. From the parish church, the village, a walk through the narrow streets of the city you can discover many art galleries and painters work in their studios. Extend your visit to the pier, the view is magnificent. The passing of the seasons, the snow geese there is also a preparation area.

 

Tadoussac

Tadoussac is a small city but very beautiful and warm. Built on the hillside, along a wide bay, this cozy town and tourists can visit everything on foot. The most emblematic place in the city is the Tadoussac Hotel, with its long white facade and red roof. Full of tourists from June to September, the city, which has a little more than 800 residents throughout the year, was abandoned the rest of the year.

Tadoussac is in the regional county municipality of the Haute-Côte-Nord administrative region of the north coast. The 2006 census counted 850 people there. The Tadoussac region is mainly composed of rural or wildlife areas and is the site of national and provincial parks, such as Saguenay St. Lawrence and Saguenay National Park. A few kilometers from the village, you can climb the highest dunes of Canada. The Grand Hotel Tadoussac also enjoys an international reputation, especially famous for its red roof immortalized by the filming of The Hotel New Hampshire based on the novel by John Irving. Little Interpretation Center Chapel of marine mammals and Chauvin Trading Post are some of the most popular tourist attractions by visitors from around the world. A typical town that will dazzle the eyes.

 

Mont-Tremblant

Located 130 km northwest of Montreal, Canada, Mont-Tremblant is a beautiful city in the Quebec region. Mont-Tremblant is famous for its ski resort. This site attracts thousands of tourists every year during the winter because of its fresh air and beautiful mountains. Mont Tremblant has many small shops where you can buy souvenirs and many thunderous hotels. This site is interesting, I recommend anyone looking for adventure and I like to enjoy the wonders of nature. There are a lot of tourist attractions. Mont-Tremblant can go skiing, discover nature with a team of dogs, be tasted local cuisine and go shopping.

 

Sainte-Anne-des-Monts

Sainte-Anne-des-Monts is a coastal town in the Gaspésie region (Quebec) with a tourist touch due to its proximity to the Gaspésie National Park. Being so close you can use it as a center of operations for all the excursions that we have scheduled in this national park.

Next, to the beach, there are several bars and restaurants where we can have dinner after returning from the excursions.

The sunset on the seafront of this town is spectacular.

 

Marieville

Marieville is located in the Montérégie region, an hour and a half from downtown Montreal and from the municipalities of East Highway. And 45 minutes if you leave Longueuil, by road 112. After Montreal, the cities lose their size, and after Brossard, Longueuil, Saint-Jean, and Chambly blow a bit of Marieville. A few steps from the Mont-Saint-Grégoire, which is absolutely fabulous, the Montérégie countryside offers many faces, especially because of the seasons. While in summer it is only good to stay as close as possible to the country, especially when you live in Montreal a good amount of time. Wooden and colorful houses worked from the center to the edge of the trail of the cove leading to Mont, their opinions, and their maple, Marieville, the heart of the Montérégie, is a breath of fresh air to take if the constant activity of the city starts to weigh you down.

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