Quebec is a vast expanse of nature in its purest form. The forests that make up most of the scenery are astonishing, with their diversity and colours. In the north of Quebec, there are vast expanses of wild land with miles of woods, pine trees and tundra deserts. This region, which covers more than half of the area of Quebec, has only 40,000 inhabitants, of which the majority is Inuit on Nunavik territory. The nature has therefore remained wild, and the ways of living very traditional thus providing you with a formidable change of scene.
Quebec has a great deal of coastline between Hudson Bay and the Atlantic Ocean although the area is not particularly known for its coast.
Canada is a vast country where nature reigns. You will therefore discover a rich and varied fauna and flora there. Lovers of open spaces will be able to observe the country's wildlife in peace.
Art in Quebec is very diverse. Whether American Indian, Inuit, or contemporary art, the motifs are colourful and attractive. Do not hesitate to visit the museums and art galleries.
Quebec is an ideal region for all sorts of activities, both in summer and winter. Hiking, snowmobiles, canoeing... there are activities suited to all tastes and all people. So make the most of it and get out there!