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Guide Arc-en-ciel - - Découvrez Le Bas Saint- Laurent -

Wha­te­ver the time of the year, en­joy the beau­ti­ful coun­try­side of the Bas-Saint-Laurent or the coast along the ri­ver, which be­comes the sea. From Ka­mou­ras­ka to Sainte-Luce, pas­sing by Té­mis­coua­ta, Bas-Saint-Laurent is a rich amal­gam of ma­ri­time, agri­cul­tu­ral and fo­rest land­scapes. Whe­ther you are the "ac­tive" or the "contem­pla­tive" type, en­joy your va­ca­tion to dis­co­ver the vil­lages, is­lands, ligh­thouses, na­tio­nal parks, ma­rine mam­mals and the ma­ny ac­ti­vi­ties that can be prac­ti­ced in this beau­ti­ful region of Que­bec , which is said to be a "good time world re­serve". Bas-Saint-Laurent, which is al­so known as the Lo­wer St. La­wrence, boasts some of the most beau­ti­ful sun­sets in the world. This region is­lo­ca­ted on the south shore of the St. La­wrence and is the wes­tern ga­te­way to the Gaspésie Tour. De­pen­ding on where you are co­ming from, there are ma­ny ways to get here. While Saint-An­dré is consi­de­red the mec­ca of sports clim­bing in Qué­bec, Ri­vière-du-Loup of­fers ex­ci­ting whale-watching ex­cur­sions. Sea kaya­king is pos­sible al­most eve­ryw­here along the coast, and se­ve­ral is­lands in the St. La­wrence are ac­ces­sible for wildlife ob­ser­va­tion, vi­sits to ligh­thouses and over­night stays. In the in­ter­ior, cy­clists and hi­kers can en­joy se­ve­ral days of their fa­vou­rite ac­ti­vi­ty in the Pe­tit-Témis In­ter­pro­vin­cial Li­near Park, which consists of 134 km (83 miles) of gra­vel trails along an old rail­road bed. Cy­clists can al­so ex­plore the ma­ny other trails in the region, in­clu­ding the Route Verte, which runs along the St. La­wrence. BAS-SAINT-LAURENT TOURISM www.bas­saint­laurent.ca/en

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