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Fly Drive Holiday Ideas to Quebec, Canada

Quebec is uniqely different from the rest of Canada with its strong French heritage is reflected in the language, cuisine and ambulence. Rolling mountains and sparkling lakes are scattered with pretty villages. Stay in beautiful and individual Auberges and Manoirs with excellent restaurants. The mountains blaze with colour in Autumn and "Fall" is a riot of reds, yellows and vibrant orange. Follow the fabulous St Lawrence River passing quaint towns along the way and watch for whales in the St Lawrence River.


Holidays to Gaspesie

Beyond the region’s rugged coastline, peaceful fishing havens, pleasant valleys and mountainous wilderness is the Gaspe peninsula. Stay in this maritime peninsula and enjoy activities as varied as they are exciting: hunting for agate stones on the beach, whale watching, fishing the waters of the sea or the rivers, relaxing at a health spa, or taking in a little culture. The seafood here is utterly delicious.

Quebec’s Wine Region

The Wine Route links sixteen vineyards located in Brome-Missisquoi, in the Eastern Townships. Five in Dunham, where Québec's first vineyards were established in the early 1980s. Brome-Missiquoi is famous for its splendid countryside and mountain views, as well as its picturesque New England-style hamlets. As you travel this route, you can visit antique shops and artists' studios—in fact, a large number of artists have made this rural oasis their home.

Holidays near St Lawrence River

Watching a whale burst through the water's surface is a fascinating and unforgettable sight. This exceptional experience can be yours on the St. Lawrence River. Québec is one of the few places in the world where you can see such a wide variety of large sea mammals (13 species in all). They are attracted by the river's wealth of shellfish, which they feast on... and by its impressive depth. Roads hug both sides of the St. Lawrence, providing panoramic views on a coastline by turns rural, mountainous or supremely wild, from west of Montréal to the very tip of the Gaspésie—and even further still, to the edges of Labrador. The road also veers off into the spectacular force of nature known as the Saguenay Fjord.

Holidays to Quebec's Eastern Townships

The term "picturesque" was invented specially for the Eastern Townships This undulating region rubs elbows with the U.S. border, its rolling hills the source of endless gorgeous vistas. Beautiful villages are decorated with sumptuous Victorian architecture and the Eastern Townships are full of theatres, art galleries and antique dealers. Sample an impressive array of Wineries, fine dining, cosy B&Bs and charming inns.

Holidays to Quebec City

Québec City's is charming. Wander cobbled streets and alleyways stumbling across cafes and shops as you go. The city boasts an enchanting setting on the St. Lawrence and a priceless architectural heritage. Its rich and colourful past can be found on every corner and you can take a walking tour of the historical districts to hear tales of fascinating characters and events. Le Château Frontenac dominates the skyline with its unmistakeable turrets and even a stroll in the lobby of this grand hotel is an experience.

Holidays to Quebec's Laurentides

The Laurentides region is home to Québec's largest protected area. Parc national du Mont-Tremblant has a wide array of outdoor sports to choose from. Nestled at the base of the 968-m mountain of the same name, the village of Tremblant repeatedly tops the list of eastern North America's best resorts. The liveliness of its pedestrian village combined with a great range of activities—downhill and cross-country skiing, swimming, cycling, golf and luge are but a few—have earned Tremblant its enviable popularity

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