Quebec is a province steeped in tradition and history. Immerse yourself in the French heritage and lifestyle. Stroll through narrow cobbled lanes with heritage buildings and quaint shops, explore the stunning countryside with picturesque villages and local culture.
Montreal – a stylish and elegant city offering a vibrant mix of old and new. Explore the unique galleries, boutiques and sidewalk cafes. Join a guided cycle tour on one of the many bicycle trails. Dine in award winning restaurants or ethnic food stalls with locally grown products.
Laurentian Mountains & Mont Tremblant – just north of Montreal, a thousand freshwater lakes and picturesque villages dot the landscape. Cruise on the lovely Lac des Sables, meander through the charming village of Saint-Sauveur and join one of the many mountain activities available at the European inspired resort village of Mont Tremblant.
Montebello – located halfway between Ottawa & Montreal, Montebello is a little country village surrounded by the type of impressive Canadian wilderness made famous in postcards and souvenir photos. Visitors can stay in luxury cabins at the centre of most of the village’s outdoor pursuits including fishing, hunting, canoeing, hiking and more.
Quebec City – a UNESCO World Heritage Treasure this city lies on the St.Lawrence River and is the oldest European settlement in Canada. The old quarter is the only walled city in North America . Experience historic ramparts, narrow lanes, former battlefields, museums, boutiques, art galleries and live street performers.
Beaupre Coast & Montmorency – taking the Avenue Royale through the traditional villages and farms of the Beaupre Coast, you will see the spectacular Montmorency Falls with its impressive 270 foot drop and the shrine of Ste-Anne-de-Beaupre, ancient ancestral houses and famous sugar shacks.
Charlevoix – just over an hour from Quebec and covering six thousand square kilometers in the very heart of the Canadian Shield, the oldest rock formation on earth, Charlevoix abounds in one-of-a-kind attractions. From the mountain waters that cascade down the majestic Laurentians into the salty depths of the St.Lawrence River to the charming little mountainside villages that dot the region, this is a spectacular area to visit.
Source: Anderson Vacations