Vacation Rentals in Quebec

Quebec Local Information and Area Highlights

Travel to Québec / Québec Vacation Rentals

Planning a Québec City vacation? Looking for a beautiful Québec ski vacation condo? Whatever the case, find great Québec vacation deals right here.

The breathtaking beauty on land and water, the strongly preserved history, and two very cultural cities point directly to Québec. Won’t a Québec vacation rental tantalize all of your senses?

Québec Culture

The culture of Québec is quite novel in North America, since it is the only French-speaking majority area on the entire continent. Its culture really draws from the rest of Canada, the United States, France and Great Britain and therefore considered to be an intersection of European and American life. A former phrase of Québec points to its beauty, while the official motto declares “Je me souviens” (I remember) can refer to Québec’s rich history. So when you vacation in Québec, you’ll definitely have a feel of the pride Québeckers have in their province!

Québec Vacation Spots

Forests, lakes, and other bodies of water describe Abitibi-Témiscaminque’s landscape. You’ll find interesting tours here, including a mining tour that takes visitors to a depth of 300 feet underground! Bas-Saint-Laurent offers quaint villages to explore, and ecotourism is popular, especially in the Saguenay-St. Lawrence Marine Park. Verdant country charm graces the Eastern Townships, with cider houses, vineyards, and plenty of sports activities like hiking,. Outdoor lovers will bask in Centre-du-Québec, whether the pleasure is agritourism, snowmobiling, golfing, or heritage exploration. Charlevoix is deemed a UNESCO biosphere reserve, and besides the natural beauty, provides some of the earliest Canadian vacation resorts. Enjoy the history contained inside Chaudière-Appalaches, from the seigneurs to Victorian homes to rural existence in the 1800’s and 1900’s.

The coast of Duplessis is ideal for whale-watching, and there is a great mix of terrain in Duplessis such as cliffs, canyons, and boreal forest. Gaspésie is known for its attractive natural sites, such as the fossil-laden Parc national de Miguasha, and Atlantic salmon in the rivers. Fishing dominates the industry of Îles-de-la-Madeleine, and you can dive in to the cod and mackerel fishing yourself, or visit a museum to learn about the islands’ maritime history! Lanaudière blends adventure, activities, art, and history well. The Laurentides region is home to a top North American ski resort, and you can try the water parks in summer. Agritourism, with plenty of fruits and vegetables, is only one attraction in the urban Laval region…go shopping, try the fine cuisine, or catch a museum tour too!

Don’t miss the landscape thrills of Manicouagan, where the birds of the marshes, Saguenay fjord and the geese in the Centre d'interprétation des marais sales come together. Take a trip into the past in Mauricie, finding lumberjack and ironworks, and relish the deep beauty of nature as displayed in La Mauricie national park, a setting of 207 square miles. The region of Montérégie is a tasty stop on a vacation, providing apples, vegetables, chocolates, grapes, and farm produce for sampling and picking. History fills Montérégie as well, offering attractions from the 1700’s and 1800’s. Nord-du-Québec is truly an adventure lovers’ paradise, complete with tundra and boreal forest, and Saguenay-Lac-St-Jean adds the wonder of an immense lake and fjord to explore. Outaouais contains the great nightlife of Hull, just on the other side of Ottawa, and Casino du Lac-Leamy for more entertainment.

Montréal is an electrically charged city with a hot annual jazz festival that runs for about two weeks during the summer. Downtown Montréal and Old Montréal feature a number of architecturally interesting buildings, including the 4-pronged building Place Ville Marie. Visit Olympic Stadium at night to see its numerous lights and shop along Sherbrooke West for high-class clothing, and St. Denis Street for wonderful restaurants and more shopping. Québec City is unique in North America in that its old quarter is a fortified city, recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. It is the birthplace of French civilization in the North America. Along with its history, Québec is full of celebrations and festivals for maximum fun, highlighting all of the seasons; there are approximately 400 from which to choose. When planning your Québec City vacation, look for a great home, not a hote, to stay in. 

With all these great Québec vacation spots, what more could you ask for? A Québec vacation rental perhaps?

Québec vacation rentals can be found all over -- in Montreal, Québec City, Tremblant, and elsewhere. That means that whether you're looking for a pet-friendly Québec ski vacation condo or a romantic villa, you can find it here. You can also find great Québec vacation deals. That's because private homes offer much more value than crowded hotels. 

Sites and tours to see

Hydro-Québec in Montreal
Place d’Youville in Old Montreal
World of Maurice Richard in Montreal
Montréal Botanical Garden
Place Royal in Québec City
Fortifications of Québec City
Cité de l’Or in Abitibi-Témiscamingue
Whale-watching cruise in Saguenay-St. Lawrence Marine Park
Laurier House National Historic Site in Victoriaville
Excursion to Irish Memorial on Grosse-Île in St. Lawrence River
l'Île-des-Moulins historic site in Terrebonne
Cosmodôme in Laval
Cave tours in Outaouais