Quebec Sightseeing: Attractions in the Charlevoix Region in Quebec

Sightseeing

  • Sightseeing

Le trotteur : Touristic bus

This summer in La Malbaie, take Le Trotteur coach tour bus to discover downtown La Malbaie and its surroundings. From Pointe-au-Pic to Cap-à-l’Aigle, taste, smell and fully experience La Malbaie. Shopping, shows, restaurants, beaches, bars, museums… Top up on La Malbaie on Le Trotteur!
For more informations visit www.reseaucharlevoix.com.

Rail shuttle: discover Charlevoix differently!

Climb aboard the rail shuttle and explore the St.Lawrence River shoreline like never before! With spectacular larger-than-life riverside scenery, this affordable and eco-friendly public transport takes you out to admire the picturesque towns and villages dotting the Charlevoix coastline.

For more informations visit www.reseaucharlevoix.com.

Train of Le Massif de Charlevoix

Fairmont Le Manoir Richelieu is proud to partner with Groupe Le Massif for a unique experience on your next vacation in beautiful Charlevoix. Travelling between mountains and seashore, along 140 km of breathtaking riverside scenery between Québec City and La Malbaie, the Train of Le Massif de Charlevoix conveys passengers on a singular rail cruise experience focused on Charlevoix gastronomy prepared from the renowned culinary team of Chef Patrick Turcot of Fairmont Le Manoir Richelieu and served on-board.
Come and discover Charlevoix with their Charlevoix Discovery Package rail cruise from Quebec, which includes one night in Baie St-Paul at L'Hôtel La Ferme and one night at Fairmont Le Manoir Richelieu. Another way of discovering our beautiful region. Let yourself be carried away!
For more information visit : lemassif.com/en/train or 1 877 536-2774 

Charlevoix Museum

The Charlevoix Museum focuses on history, ethnology and popular art. It's located 5 minutes away from Fairmont Le Manoir Richelieu and is open everyday between 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. durant the summer season. For more informations on activities and fees, contact (418) 665-4411.

Whale-watching Cruises

Meet the world’s most fascinating and majestic creatures, the whales! You will be delighted by the cruises that are available with Croisières AML. Situated at the confluence of the St. Lawrence River and the Saguenay Fjord, Tadoussac and Baie-Ste-Catherine are the main entrance to the most beautiful whale watching site in the world! This exceptional environment is teeming with rich food for marine mammals, making it a privileged destination for an unparalleled experience with nature.

La Malbaie River

Renowned for its stunning panoramic views, La Malbaie River was rediscovered as a salmon fishing river in the 90’s. Today, 20 salmon pools have been identified between Clermont and La Malbaie.  Five in particular have very strong fishing potential and are consequently controlled fishing zones. Fishermen can enjoy fly fishing for Atlantic salmon from the Abitibi Bowater factory dam to a point 10 km downstream from the dam.  Fishing pools can be accessed from Clermont and La Malbaie municipalities by walking trails, ford crossing or rowboat. Picnic tables and parking spots are available along the river. Fishing opportunities in the heart of the town! For more information, click here.

Valley du Gouffre Conservation Association

Rivière du Gouffre offers fly fishermen an opportunity to enjoy the sport of kings in 91 pools that have yielded enviable salmon catches. For more information, click here.

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