The Québec maritime Blog

Anne-Josée Pineau

Born in Bas-Saint-Laurent, Anne-Josée Pineau loves this region and is delighted to introduce others to it. Never far from the sea, she’s fascinated by lighthouses and could live on seafood alone! On this blog, she likes to write about our regions’ unusual attractions, make your mouth water by describing local delicacies, and pique your interest by revealing some of the hidden beauty found in Québec by the Sea. In other words, she wants to provide you with lots of ideas for an unforgettable vacation!

Îles de la Madeleine: Sea Activities for Everyone!

   |   By Anne-Josée Pineau

In the Îles de la Madeleine, you are surrounded by water, so it’s no wonder there are lots of sea activities on offer to help you discover the Islands! However, since the waters of the Gulf of St. Lawrence can be changeable, it’s best to be accompanied by a guide to explore them. Here are a few ways to play in the water in complete safety.

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Snowmobiling in Bas-Saint-Laurent: By the Sea or Inland

   |   By Anne-Josée Pineau

Offering abundant snow, well-marked and groomed trails as well as both sea and forest scenery, Bas-Saint-Laurent is a popular snowmobiling destination. By accessing the region from the west, you can choose between two Trans-Québec trails that will provide you with very different snowmobile experiences.

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Discover Our National Parks This Fall!

   |   By Anne-Josée Pineau

In the maritime regions of Québec, fall is a prime time of year for outdoor activities, which means it’s a great season to visit our national parks! Milder temperatures, colourful landscapes and abundant wildlife make for a fun and memorable stay. Here’s an overview of what awaits you in our parks.

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In the Footsteps of the First Nations Peoples in Eastern Québec

   |   By Anne-Josée Pineau

First Nations peoples are the first known inhabitants of the maritime regions of Québec. While visiting our regions, you’ll have many opportunities to learn more about their rich heritage and vibrant cultures. Participate in interpretive activities to find out more about the history, traditions and ways of life of these communities.

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