Extremely rich in natural beauty and French culture, Quebec is is chockfull of charming cottage country towns that welcome millions of visitors every winter.

With over 4 million tourists visiting a year, Quebec City is one of the most popular regions in the province to explore and has been added to the UNESCO World Heritage list. Here you will find some of the best museums the nation has to offer. Some popular sites for you to visit include Place Royale, the oldest French settlement in North America dating back to the 17th century; St. Anne de Beaupré Basilica, a beautiful historic Roman Catholic chapel; and Old Port District, a waterfront area based around the Quebec City Harbor.

As you can imagine, the picturesque regions outside the city are favourite spots to rent a cottage or ski chalet. In addition to Quebec City, the small towns within driving distance of the city are all worth visiting so you can experience the historic buildings and cobblestone streets set in Canadian wilderness. Popular ports of call include Mont-Sainte-Anne, Le Massif and Stoneham & Tewkesbury.

You can also base your trip out of the Montreal area, which serves as a great launching point for beautiful wilderness destinations. Within driving distance are Mont Tremblant, the Laurentians, Lanaudiere, Mauricie and the Eastern Townships.

The province has endless parks, wildlife areas and recreational trails where you can enjoy snowshoeing, snowmobiling, cross-country skiing and world renowned downhill ski resorts. Book a Quebec chalet rental or cottage for rent and get into nature this winter!

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