The 10 most beautiful cities in the province of Quebec

Are you planning to move to another city in the province of Quebec? Do you live in Montreal or Sherbrooke, Gatineau? In the province of Quebec, there are not only museums, entertainment venues, bars and clubs, but also a wide variety of beautiful villages to discover. Next, we will mention the 10 most beautiful cities in Quebec.

The 10 most beautiful cities in the province of Quebec: Gaspé, Saint-Sauveur-des-Monts, L'Anse-de-Roche, Sainte-Rose-du-Nord, Lévis, Baie-Saint-Paul, Tadoussac, Mont-Tremblant, Sainte-Anne-des-Monts, Marieville.


If you visit the Gaspé Peninsula, there are three places with more charm: its lighthouses (especially those of the north coast), the Percé Rock and Bonaventure Island and the Forillon Park, if you visit this last place, 2 hours) to get to this cape, a magnificent viewpoint on the Canadian Atlantic coast (whale watching)

When we get to the end, the first thing we'll see is
A beautiful lighthouse, and from there a small path will lead us to the belvedere, from where we will be able to contemplate both the sea and the cliff in front.


Destination weekend, the Saint-Sauveur promenade, the rhythm of the commercial bars and the choice of restaurants or bars where you can enjoy a short break. The main street is full of boutiques, restaurants, bakeries and bars. Located about 60 kilometers from Montreal, near Mont-Tremblant, it benefits from the proximity of the town of Mont Saint-Sauveur (ski resort) and a water park.

Anse de Roche

On Route 172, a few kilometers from Tadoussac, here is a real little jewel like the rest of the world. With its pier, its small marina and a pergola to see the fjord, the place is a real paradise. This place allows you to discover it in a different way: to see its beauty and its immensity.


Welcome to Sainte-Rose-du-Nord, a small village in the Saguenay region. The charm of this town with its Scandinavian look, between forest and fjord, makes it a must-see. Consider visiting the white church, inside the woods, admire the colorful houses and take a break at the marina pier to admire the fjord. If you want to see the view photos, take your car through town and then finish the drive. The first viewpoint is only a 10-minute walk away.


Located across the St. Lawrence River from Quebec City, Levis is a beautiful city, with white towers that seem to emerge from the red leaves of autumn. You can get to Levis by taking the ferry for a few dollars from the terminal in Old Quebec, or for the free ride to Pierre-Laporte. From there, you have a panoramic view of Quebec City and its famous Château Frontenac, but also of the surrounding countryside.


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

The houses are colorful and adorned with a large number of flowers.
I recommend stopping by for a few hours: Stroll 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 stopover of authenticity. A city of art, Baie-Saint-Paul has seen an influx of 19th century landscape painters. From the parish church to the village, while walking through the narrow streets of the town, you will discover many art galleries and painters working in their studios. Extend your visit to the pier, the view is magnificent. With the change of seasons and the white geese, there is also a preparation area.


Tadoussac is a small but beautiful and friendly town. Built on the hill along a wide bay, this welcoming town and tourists can visit everything on foot. The most emblematic hotel in town is the Hotel Tadoussac, with its long white façade and red roof. Very touristy from June to September, the town, which has a little more than 800 inhabitants year round, is abandoned the rest of the year.

Tadoussac is in the regional county municipality of the Haute-Côte-Nord administrative region of the North Shore. The 2006 census counted 850 people. The Tadoussac region is mostly rural or wildlife areas and is home to national and provincial parks, such as the Saguenay-St. Lawrence National Park and the Saguenay National Park. 

A few kilometers from the village, you can climb the highest dunes in Canada. The Grand Hôtel Tadoussac also enjoys an international reputation, notably famous for its red roof immortalized in the filming of the New Hampshire Hotel based on the novel by John Irving. The Chapelle des Mammifères Marins Interpretation Centre and the Chauvin Trading Post are among the most popular tourist attractions for 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 town in the Quebec region. Mont-Tremblant is famous for its ski resort. It attracts thousands of tourists every year during the winter because of its fresh air and beautiful mountains. Mont Tremblant has many small stores where you can buy souvenirs and many thundering hotels. This is an interesting site, I recommend it to anyone who is looking for adventure and likes to enjoy the wonders of nature. There are many tourist attractions. Mont-Tremblant can ski, discover the nature with a dog team, taste the local cuisine and go shopping.


Sainte-Anne-des-Monts is a coastal town in the Gaspé Peninsula (Quebec) with a tourist vocation because of its proximity to the Gaspé National Park. Being so close, you can use it as a center of operations for all the excursions we have planned in this national park.

Then, at the beach, there are several bars and restaurants where you can dine after returning from your excursions. The sunset on the waterfront of this city is spectacular.


Marieville is located in the Montérégie region, an hour and a half from downtown Montreal and the municipalities of the Eastern Highway. And 45 minutes if you leave from Longueuil, by route 112. After Montreal, the cities lose their size, and after Brossard, Longueuil, Saint-Jean, and Chambly blow a little Marieville. A few steps away from Mont-Saint-Grégoire, which is absolutely fabulous, the Montérégie countryside offers multiple faces, notably because of the seasons. 

In summer, it's good to stay as close to the country as possible, especially if you live in Montreal for a good period of time. Wooden and colorful houses worked from the center to the edge of the path of the cove leading to the Mount, their notices, and their maple trees, Marieville, in the heart of the Monteregie, is a breath of fresh air to take if the constant activity of the city starts to weigh you down.

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