The Québec maritime Blog

5 Surprising Facts about Percé

   |   By Anne-Josée Pineau

While this area is primarily known for immense Percé Rock, one of the most famous attractions in Eastern Canada, once you get here you will enjoy exploring the village’s many facets. Here are five facts about Percé that may surprise you!

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Maple Sugar Season at Domaine Acer

   |   By Katie Jalbert

Spring is in the air... and it’s time for a traditional sugaring-off party! Put on a wool sweater and your rain boots and come satisfy your sweet tooth in Bas-Saint-Laurent, the second largest maple syrup region in Québec!

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What to Do in Bas-Saint-Laurent in the Winter

   |   By Katie Jalbert

Bas-Saint-Laurent is a region known for breathtaking sunsets, access to the river, fine dining and picturesque villages where relaxing spas are on the agenda. In addition to providing a perfect setting for your next vacation, Bas-Saint-Laurent offers lots of activities, even in the winter!

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5 Surprising Facts about the Îles de la Madeleine

   |   By Anne-Josée Pineau

Home to landscapes of red cliffs, green hills and golden beaches, the Îles de la Madeleine fascinate, intrigue and attract, summer after summer, numerous vacationers seeking a change of pace and scenery. Here are five facts about the archipelago that are may surprise you.

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What to Do in Côte-Nord in the Winter

   |   By Katie Jalbert

Côte-Nord, which extends from Tadoussac to Blanc-Sablon, offers over 1300 kilometres of coastline and a vast territory ranging from the boreal forest to the taiga. In the winter, the snow cover gives you the opportunity to explore the region and enjoy a magical wonderland in a thousand and one way! To find out more, we interviewed Coralie Dumais, an outdoor enthusiast.

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