Quebec's vast territory is three times the size of France. Most of the province is sparsely populated; often, bears, deer and caribou are the only inhabitants. In Quebec, Mother Nature rules over endless forests, a million lakes and rivers and two major mountain ranges. One of the largest ... + Read More rivers in the world, the St. Lawrence, provides an access route to the heart of the continent. The St. Lawrence is home to coastal villages, lighthouses and many islands. The islands of the St. Lawrence hold fascinating discoveries for nature buffs and water lovers. The ÃŽles-de-la-Madeleine are a 12 island archipelago in the heart of the Gulf of St. Lawrence. Lagoons, capes, green valleys, red cliffs and brightly painted houses are what make this archipelago so scenic. The long, sandy beaches are perfect for relaxing and swimming! In Quebec, you're likely to find an island for rent in the St. Lawrence or sitting in one of the province's many lakes. Quebec has a long history of adventure starting with early Fur Traders. Discover Quebec for yourself.

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