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Road Trip Itineraries in Maritime Quebec. Summer 2016 news

Road Trip Itineraries

The Gaspésie Tour is a legendary seaside drive that loops around the huge Gaspé Peninsula. Begin your journey in the region of Bas-Saint-Laurent. From the Kamouraska area, Route 132 will take you all the way to Gaspé, at the tip of the peninsula, via famous Percé Rock. Read more about this road trip itinerary.

This itinerary follows Route 138 from Tadoussac to Kegaska. From there, you can continue your journey aboard an authentic supply ship that will take you from village to village all the way to Blanc-Sablon. Out at sea and from the shore, you can observe up to 13 species of whales in this region, including blue whales, the largest animals on earth. Read more about this road trip itinerary.

In the maritime regions of Québec, ferries serve as an extension of the road network. In addition to allowing you to visit both shores of the St. Lawrence without retracing your steps, they are a novel way to travel and offer unique perspectives on the surrounding scenery and marine mammals. Read more about these road trip itineraries.

For a complete change of pace and scenery, nothing beats the Îles de la Madeleine. Whether you visit to enjoy the water and wind or to explore the rich culture of an island people surrounded by the sea, you will leave with wonderful memories and only one thought in mind: to come back for another visit! Read more about this road trip itinerary.

Tourisme iles de la Madeleine:”Enter our contest and visit us in June!”

Getting to the Islands
What To Do
Where to sleep
Where to eat
Enter our contest and visit us in June!
June on The Maggies !
The month of June is synonym of flavors and gourmet treats on the Îles de la Madeleine. Enter the now traditional Spring contest of Tourisme Îles de la Madeleine for a chance to travel to The Maggies on the wings of Pascan Aviation from your favorite destination! Enjoy your stay next to the historic site of La Grave and get the chance to enjoy the archipelago through several visits to our producers and restaurants.

The prize includes :

Two (2) round-trip tickets on the wings of Pascan Aviation flights from any city served by the company to the Îles de la Madeleine ;
A 7-night stay for two (2) people at Auberge Chez Denis à François including accommodation, breakfasts and a dinner for 2 in “Table d’hôte” formula at the Inn’s restaurant ;
A rental car offered by Hertz car rental ;
A gift certificate exchangeable at Gourmande de Nature ;
A gift certificate exchangeable at the restaurant La Table des Roy ;
A meal for 2 including a bottle of wine at Café La Côte ;
A meal for two at Café d’chez-nous;
A gift certificate exchangeable at the Fromagerie du Pied-de-Vent ;
A gift certificate exchangeable at Le Barbocheux ;
A gift certificate exchangeable at L’Étal (local products) ;
A gift certificate redeemable at the microbrewery À l’Abri de la Tempête ;
A tour, a tasting and a gift certificate at Fumoir d’Antan ;
A gift certificate exchangeable at the Pastry Hélène des Îles ;
A pound of coffee from the Brûlerie de café des Îles de la Madeleine.


Events schedule in Montreal for Spring 2015

FIFA [ ]
March 19 to 29, 2015
The International Festival of Films on Art embraces multiple forms of creativity.

Festival TransAmériques [ ]
May 21 to June 4
Dance and theatre festival that builds bridges between local and international talent.

The Aztecs, People of the Sun [ ]
May 29 to October 25
Pointe-à-Callière, Montréal Museum of Archaeology and History
A foray into the great Aztec civilization through hundreds of artifacts.

Rodin — [ ] Metamorphoses [ ]
May 30 to October 18
Montreal Museum of Fine Arts
Exhibition presenting 200 masterpieces created by legendary French sculptor Rodin.

With this freezing cold, the Château Madelinot warms up!

With this freezing cold, the Château Madelinot warms up!

Febuary 19, 2015

The wintry conditions of the past weeks will hopefully bring us a good harp seal observation season scheduled from February 26 to March 12, 2015. Every February, the Chateau Madelinot team feverishly prepares to greet its many visitors. It is with pride that our enterprise exploits and commercializes this ecotourism activity for more than 30 years.

Again this year, people will be coming from very far to live this unique experience: Japan, China, New Caledonia, Israel, Australia, Germany, Italy, and France. We are witnessing an increase of reservations from recent past years: the Management explains this increase from the feedback of an excellent 2014 season. Obviously, the show “L’Été Indien” co-animated by Julie Snyder and Michel Drucker has given an impressing visibility to the Destination Iles de la Madeleine, but also to the winter product, the harp seal observation.

As well, a delegation of six important travel agents from France, Germany and the United Kingdom will come experience for 3 days the harp seal experience which also includes a guided visit of the Islands, as well as snowshoeing, cross country skiing, sunset photographing and other outdoor activities as well. This famtrip is anchored with the commercial project package which includes the Ice Hotel.

Joining our team again is the Japanese interpreter Mayumi as well as the well renowned Japanese photographer Rei Ohara who have become, with time, real Madelinots of adoption!

The Hotels Accents are proud to participate in the winter tourist development of the destination and to contribute to the economical life of the archipelago during a period of the year generally considered quiet, says the general manager, Mr Gino Thorne.

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