All roads lead to the maritime regions of Québec!

Although there are many ways to get to our regions, the best way to explore them is by road. Four ferries will take visitors from one shore of the St. Lawrence to the other, thereby multiplying their options for interregional travel. Two cruises on the St. Lawrence also give your clients the opportunity to admire the coastline from the sea: the Bella Desgagnés (Minganie, Anticosti and Lower North Shore) and the CTMA Vacancier (between Montréal and the Îles de la Madeleine). To find out the best ways to get to and around our regions, click on the links below.

What They Say about Us

Over the last few years, our regions have received international recognition from publications and organizations such as Michelin Guide, National Geographic, Canadian Geographic, Le Monde and UNESCO. They have also garnered positive media attention from around the world. Discover journalists’ memorable experiences in our regions by reading their articles, which will undoubtedly also give you ideas of things to suggest to your clients during their next visit to Québec.

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What We Love

The Lighthouse Trail

Guardians of our maritime heritage

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The whales

13 species to observe from the shore or during a sea excursion

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Much more than a rock!

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The St. Lawrence

A river and a sea!

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Treasures of the sea

Fish and seafood to savour!

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The Îles de la Madeleine

Where time stands still!

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Whales, one of the most beautiful bays in the world and a famous red roof!

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Wildlife observation

Moose, caribou, northern gannets, black bears and seals in their natural environments

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Culture and discovery

Lighthouses, historic sites, museums, Indigenous heritage and a maritime culture worth discovering!

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Road trips

So many ways to explore both shores of the St. Lawrence

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