Montrealers seem to forget just how stunning the province of Quebec actually is! Instead of going on tropical destinations and wasting all your money on boring planned resorts, why not relax in a super cute small town just a few hours away from Montreal?! These road trips are to some of the most adorable small towns probably in the world!\nREAD ALSO: 19 Themed Brunch Spots In Montreal You Have To Try That Are Out Of The Normal\nThe cute small towns are either on the water, have cute boutiques, or are just surrounded by some of Canada's most gorgeous natural sites! So, instead of getting on a plan this summer, get in a car and road trip down to explore your own province.\nSuper Cute Small Towns On The Water\nSuper Cute Small Towns With Boutiques\nSuper Cute Small Towns Surrounded By Nature\nFor Cute Small Towns On The Water, Click "NEXT"\nCute Small Towns On The Water:\n1. La Malbaie\nView this post on Instagram Canada day weekend in Charlevoix! A post shared by ShaneH. (@shaneb_h) on Jun 29, 2018 at 6:51pm PDT\nFor nature, romance, and luxury all in one, I suggest heading out to La Malbaie in Quebec. This little town is located right near the Camping Des Chutes Fraiser and the peaceful Jardins de Quatre-Vents. They have boutiques, boulangeries, chalets, golf clubs, and beautiful views right on the water. Plus, this road trip is only 4 hours!\n2. Tadoussac\nView this post on Instagram J’étais bien #tadoussac #outdoors #explore #nature A post shared by Mireille Gagnon (@mirgagnon) on Jun 28, 2018 at 8:06am PDT\nIf you love whale watching, then take a short 5 hour drive to Tadoussac! Not only can you go see some lovely marine life, but you can also explore the nature around it. You can escape the city and relax for an A1 road trop with your BFFs.\n3. Port-Au-Persil\nView this post on Instagram Que c'est beau chez nous! 💁♀️ #allezviensonestbien #portaupersil #cestbeaucestbeau #fermedesquatretemps A post shared by Valérie Houde (@valeehoude) on May 13, 2018 at 5:55am PDT\nThis adorable small town is only a five hour drive away from Montreal and trust me, it is 514% worth it! You can escape the city and enjoy a nice time on the water with some of your friends. It is pure serenity!\n4. Gaspé\n@julyy1603embedded via\nFor a simple and stunning 10 hour road trip to take with your BFF, I strongly recommend checking out l’Île-Bonaventure-et-du-Rocher-Percé. It’s easy to get to and super cheap! These rocks are Quebec’s trade mark and the area around them contains great activities for you and your BFF to have a great weekend getaway.\nFor Cute Small Towns With Boutiques, Click "NEXT"\nCute Small Towns With Boutiques:\n1. Baie-Saint-Paul\nView this post on Instagram Si vous avez envie de vivre une Saint-Jean-Baptiste différente cette année, passez faire un tour par chez nous! #villebsp ⚜🎉💙 Photo : @lefestifbsp . . . . #bsp #baiesaintpaul #charlevoix #quebec #tourism #tourisme #fetenationale #city #ville #beautifuldestinations #summer #destination #nature #outdoors #photography #lefestifbsp A post shared by Ville de Baie-Saint-Paul (@villedebaiesaintpaul) on Jun 22, 2018 at 3:00am PDT\nFor a simple 3 hour road trip, I suggest checking out Baie-Saint-Paul! This is a great place to go to with you BFF or sister since you can shop at all the cute boutiques that we don't have in Montreal or really anywhere else. It's actually most famous for being the birthplace of Cirque du Soleil!\n2. Saint-Sauveur\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by PAOLA (@capturebylight) on Jun 26, 2018 at 6:11pm PDT\nThis hour road trip is 514% worth it for a sweet weekend! You can shop at their adorable boutiques and even enjoy the nature around the city area. The Laurentian mountains are absolutely stunning and I assure that you will have a blast.\n3. Sainte-Adèle\n@manda_murielembedded via\nSainte-Adèle is known for it's cute boutiques and especially their nature spas such as Auberge et Spa Beaux Rêves! You can shop 'til you drop and discover their hidden waterfall!\nFor Cute Small Towns Surrounded By Nature, Click "NEXT"\nCute Small Towns Surrounded By Nature:\n1. Stanstead\nView this post on Instagram on a quest for honey and lavender 🌹 A post shared by Elizabeth Goodwin (@l.good_) on Jun 30, 2018 at 10:21am PDT\nStanstead has to be my favorite small town on this list! Not only is it only an hour and a half away from Montreal, but it is also home to Bleu Lavande! You can explore the gorgeous lavender fields or take your own nature walk.\n2. Chicoutimi\nView this post on Instagram Belle soirée d’été. Longue soirée. #awaitingbelovedhusband A post shared by Sophie Dufour (@nec_plus_sd) on Jun 27, 2018 at 7:28pm PDT\nChicoutimi literally looks like it came out of a fairytale! There are a variety or nature beauties and great castles/churches. They've got nature walks, sightseeing tours, hiking paths, and much, much more like museums! You will have a stunning relaxing time plus it is merely five hours away.\n3. Havre-Aubert\nView this post on Instagram À chaque jour, je pense avoir trouvé le plus beau point de vue des Îles mais ici, devant la butte des demoiselles, c’est difficile à battre! 🌿🍃#fousdesiles #tripauxiles #explorequebec #explorecanada #ilesdelamadeleine A post shared by Jeanne RD (@jeannemap) on Jun 24, 2018 at 5:01am PDT\nHavre-Aubert is a road trip to take if you absolutely love long drives considering that it is 20 hours away from Montreal. Now that might seem SO far, but it is SO worth it! This Quebec island is surrounded by beauty and even an aquarium, art exhibitions, and much more.\n4. Kamouraska\nView this post on Instagram Once a year, we take a road trip out to Kamouraska and this route ⬆️, Moby Dick, is ALWAYS busy with climbers. This time though, we were in luck and I finally got to give it a go. #whpfavoritecolor A post shared by TIFFANY ✯ adventure & travel (@tiffanyolivia__) on Jun 30, 2018 at 1:49pm PDT\nIf you are willing to drive only 4 hours away from Montreal and you just love thrilling adventures, then I really recommend checking out Kamouraska. It literally has it all! From cute boutiques to being surrounded by nature you will definitely have a fab time. You can go see their gorgeous piers, historical sights, try kayaking adventures, and see museums! My favorite aspect of Kamouraska is their ziplining between cliffs.\n5. Magog\firstname.lastname@example.org via\nYou absolutely must come to the small town of Magog with your family or friends! They are most famous for the Lake Memphremagog where you can see the Québécois Nessie and go to cute boutiques while enjoying fun activities like kayaking or nature walks. Another plus is that it is only 1 hour away!