Grand Summer Tour of Quebec

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Run by: Windows On The Wild

Reference number: WOTW-30

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Day 1

Pick-up your vehicle and explore the city of Montreal. Second largest French speaking city in the world after Paris, Montreal combines old world influences with North American modernity in a very unique way. Stay for one night

Days 2-3

Montreal / Quebec City (260 km)

Rich in culture, history and beauty, Quebec City has the appearance and the atmosphere of an old-world town. Indeed, its old section has kept its historic character and a “Vieille France” charm. Stay for two nights

Day 4

Quebec City / Rimouski (295 km)


After visiting Quebec City, the drive leads you on the scenic road that runs along the majestic St-Lawrence River. Your first stop: the magnificent Bas-St-Laurent region whose dramatic seascapes and rich maritime heritage are yours to discover. Stay for one night in Rimouski

Day 5

Rimouski / Carleton (255 km)


Continue on towards the GaspÉ Peninsula following a scenic road along the St-Lawrence River. Heading towards the Baie-des-Chaleurs area, you’ll then drive€ross the spectacular Matapedia Valley. Don’t miss the Ristigouche Battle Historical Site in Pointe-À-la-Croix, and Miguasha Park whose fossiliferous cliff is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Stay one night in Carleton

Days 6-7

Carleton / PercÉ (225 km)


Continue on towards PercÉ, a charming town located near the legendary Rock. It’s also an excellent starting point for an excursion in the birdwatchers paradise that is the Bonaventure Island. Stay two nights in PercÉ.

Day 8

PercÉ / GaspÉ (61 km)


A wonderful scenic drive along the Gaspesie rocky coast will lead you to Gaspe, where the French navigator Jacques Cartier took possession of the land in 1534. This is also an excellent starting point from which you can explore the marvels of the Forillon National Park. Stay one night in Gaspe

Days 9-10

GaspÉ / Ste-Anne-des-Monts (208 km)


Nestled in the midst of a cove between the mountains and the sea, this little town is the gateway to the fabulous Gaspesie National Park. Stay two nights in Ste-Anne-des-Monts

Day 11

Ste-Anne-des-Monts / Tadoussac (284 km+ferry)


Board the ferry from Matane to cross the St-Lawrence River to the North-Shore. Tadoussac, a great place to see whales. Stay for one night in Tadoussac.

Day 12

Tadoussac / Saguenay (182 km)


To reach Quebec’s “inland sea”, you will drive along the magnificent Saguenay Fjord. Stay for one night in Saguenay

Day 13

Saguenay / St-FÉlicien (84 km)


Located on the western shores of Lac-St-Jean, St-FÉlicien has 210 Km shoreline and many sandy beaches. The lake is an ideal place for nautical€tivities or for a lovely cruise. Take also the time to visit its main attractions such as the Val-Jalbert Ghost Town, St-FÉlicien Zoo or the Normandins Grands Jardins. Stay for one night in St-FÉlicien

Day 14

St-FÉlicien / Trois-RiviÈres (338 km)


On your way to the raftmen country, you’ll drive along the magnificent St-Maurice Valley, definitely one of the most beautiful roads in Quebec. This is a wonderful place to truly experience the Canadian forest with the richness of its natural and cultural heritage. Stay for one night in Trois-RiviÈres

Day 15

Trois-RiviÈres / Montreal (137 km)


Return to Montreal and drop-off your vehicle.

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