The Côte-du-Sud region
A great river flowing to the sea, mountains, islands, the Côte-du-Sud invites you into its land of enchantment where all dreams are possible. Dreams of green spaces, sea breezes, the great outdoors; dreams of colours, flavours, excitement, of being pampered, and enjoying the delights of getting away from it all. A region rich in heritage and history, of discoveries and surprises--which welcomes you all year long.
The tourist region of the Côte-du-Sud is located only 35 minutes east of Quebec City. It encompasses 28 municipalities within the regions of Montmagny and L'Islet. It stretches from Berthier-sur-Mer to Saint-Roch-des-Aulnaies, along the St. Lawrence River and south to the U.S. border. The Côte-du-Sud is located at the eastern edge of the Chaudière Appalaches district.
Whether it be by foot, by bicycle, by boat or by train, explore the Cote-du-Sud, from its shoreline to its mountains. Come and see the spectacular snow geese and sunsets over the St. Lawrence River. Experience its maritime adventures and delve into the history and memories of its people and places. Replenish yourself with a generous and delicious meal and then relax in accommodations suited for all tastes.
From forest to shoreline, from marshes to orchards, from rivers to trails, this region will seduce you with its natural attractions. Each season spreads its own particular colour and charm on this fascinating land.
Discover the Appalachian Regional Park, the 21 islands and islets in the Isle-aux-Grues archipelago and the friendly villages that await you with open arms. Follow the music and fireworks along a route that will lead you into a festival of celebration.
Situated at a natural and cultural crossroad, this region offers sea air and open spaces along with trendy cities. The Côte-du-Sud, a region of a thousand passions!