There are some really fantastic places in Quebec to explore. Of course, you can always head up to the historic Old Montreal, go see the world-famous Château Frontenac or even hike up beautiful Mont Tremblant. But, there are so many other things to see and do when you feel like going on an adventure in this province.\nAfter all, it's hard to experience that je ne sais quoi when you've already been there and done that.\nEditor's Choice: 13 Spontaneous Day Trips That Are Less Than 2 Hours Away From Montreal\nLiving in such a large and vast province, we're so lucky to have a wide range of sights, sounds and experiences right at our fingertips.\nNot only that, but we can choose to do something right in the city or venture a little further for an absolute adventure.\nAnd, of course, see even more of la belle province along the way.\nFor this list, we took a look at everything from experiences, to accommodation, to restaurants and even simply some incredible towns throughout Quebec.\nSo take a look and find your next adventure for when you're looking to escape into entirely new scenery.\nParc national des Grands-Jardins\nAddress: 21 QC-381, Saint-Urbain, QC\nDistance from Montreal: 4 hours\nView this post on Instagram Un petite dernière de notre escapade charlevoisienne (et @iamquentinorain qui contemple le grandiose de sa nouvelle maison) Direction @saguenaylacsaintjean cette semaine, très très hâte de découvrir le coin! 🤩 #charlevoix #grandsjardins #bonjourquebec #explorecanada #sepaq A post shared by Jeanne RD (@jeannemap) on Jul 4, 2020 at 10:21am PDT\nThis gorgeous park in Charlevoix is one of the most popular spots for hiking, camping and some incredible views. It also creates one of the main portions of the Charlevoix Biosphere Reserve, a status granted to the region by UNESCO.\nWebsite\nMoulin à laine d'Ulverton\nAddress: 210, chemin Porter, Ulverton, QC\nDistance from Montreal: 1 hour and 20 minutes\nView this post on Instagram I wool always love youuuuuu ♥️🐑 . #sundaylove #moulinulverton #visite #freshair🍃 #walk #greyoutfit #addictedtoyou #legwarmers #season A post shared by Jayme-Rae Weare (@jaymeraeweare) on Sep 15, 2019 at 11:10am PDT\nThis charming, historic building is found in the beautiful forest of the Eastern Townships. Dating all the way back to 1840, today it makes for a great place to hike, see a beautiful waterfall and even enjoy Sunday brunch.\nWebsite\nParc Jacques-de-Lesseps\nAddress: Parc Jacques-de-Lesseps, ave. Jenkins, Dorval, QC\nDistance from 25 minutes\n View this post on Instagram 🛫🛫🛫❤️❤️❤️ A post shared by Jad Chukri (@jad.chukri) on Aug 24, 2018 at 10:17am PDT\n\nJust because you don't have a plane ticket doesn't mean you can't watch the miracle of flight.\nParc Jacques-de-Lesseps is right by the airport, where you can spend the day watching one humankind's greatest accomplishments.\nMore info\nChâteau Fleur de Lys Hotel\nAddress: 15, ave. Sainte-Geneviève, Quebec City, QC\nDistance from Montreal: 2 hours and 40 minutes\nView this post on Instagram Quand le contemporain se marie à une architecture victorienne. When contemporary pieces furnitures are mixed with victorian architecture #chateaufleurdelys #oldquebeccity #vieuxquebec #besthotel #besthotels #besthotelsintheworld #smallluxuryhotels #designhotel #hoteldesign #tripadvisor #visitcanada #visitquebec #quebec #quebecregion #quebecoriginal #canada #travelerschoice #wearehotellers #bestservice #travelblogger #traveller #travelling #vitra #hermannmiller #kartell #eameschair #skedio #emiliorobba A post shared by Boutique Hotel (@chateau_fleur_de_lys) on Feb 5, 2020 at 8:08am PST\nWhen most people think of hotels in Quebec City, they probably think of Le Château Frontenac. But this gorgeous boutique hotel in Old Quebec provides a warm and intimate stay that takes attention to detail to the next level.\nWebsite\nPlage de Pohénégamook\nAddress: 50, chemin de la Tête du Lac, Pohénégamook, QC\nDistance from Montreal: 4 hours and 25 minutes\nView this post on Instagram 🌊☀️🌲 . . . . . . . . #summer2020 #beach #pohenegamook #vieauchalet #mood A post shared by 𝑺𝒕𝒆𝒂𝒄𝒚 ♡ (@steacy_c) on Jul 15, 2020 at 7:53pm PDT\nIf you're looking for something other than Saint-Zotique, take a drive to this beautiful beach that'll make you feel like you're somewhere exotic.\nPlus, the drive along the St. Lawrence is worth it alone.\nWebsite\nLe Train de Charlevoix\nAddress: 50, rue de la Ferme, Baie-Saint-Paul, QC\nDistance from Montreal: 3 hours and 45 minutes\nView this post on Instagram Juste merci la vie !! #gratitude #charlevoix A post shared by myln.dbte (@myln.dbte) on Oct 13, 2019 at 12:07pm PDT\nAll aboard! Not associated with VIARail, Le Train de Charlevoix is a train that takes you through the scenic region.\nTrains start on July 23 and will run from Thursday-Sunday. This season's route will run between La Malbaie and Baie-Saint Paul.\nWebsite\nBaie-Saint Paul\nAddress: Baie St. Paul, QC\nDistance from Montreal: 3 hours and 40 minutes\nView this post on Instagram Rien de plus champêtre 🌾🚲 📷 @jeannemap #baiesaintpaul #baiestpaul #charlevoix #quebecoriginal A post shared by Destination Baie-St-Paul (@destinationbaiestpaul) on Aug 27, 2019 at 7:34am PDT\nSpeaking of Baie-Saint Paul, it's a quaint town in the Charlevoix region. It's filled with character and natural beauty that'll have you discovering more than you ever thought possible.\nWebsite\nParc Lahaie\nAddress: 4921, blvd. Saint-Laurent, Montreal, QC\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by Zameer Hussaini (@zameerhussaini456) on Jul 7, 2020 at 4:37pm PDT\nDefinitely not one of the largest parks in the city, Parc Lahaie is big in heart. It is a piece of tranquillity in our bustling metropolis that'll take you away right in your own back yard.\nWebsite\nParc national des Pingualuit\nAddress: C.P. 130, Kangiqsujuaq\nDistance from Montreal: a 2 hour and 20-minute flight\nView this post on Instagram #Inuit from #Nunavik are amazing people with incredible skills in the #wilderness, eager to share their stories A post shared by Parcs Nunavik (@nunavikparks) on Aug 1, 2017 at 12:30pm PDT\nMany people know of Nunavik, but did you know that Parrcs Nunavik is actually home to four parks, including Parc national des Pingualuit.\nIf you're looking for an adventure and want to learn more about the Inuit way of life, come to the park for the experience of a lifetime.\nWebsite\nSpa Diva\nAddress: 1455, rue Peel, Montreal, QC\nView this post on Instagram Congrats on winning the facial love! Hope you got extra pampered like a true diva 💅🏼💕✨🧖♀️ @a_marguerite_ A post shared by Spa Diva (@spadivamtl) on Mar 2, 2020 at 11:59am PST\nSometimes you just gotta pamper yourself with some self-care.\nSpa Diva in the heart of downtown offers gorgeous facilities for some soothing and relaxing and incredible services, like massages, facials, and more unique treatments, like a sea-salt scrub and a decadent chocolate body wrap.\nWebsite\nCiderie Verger Bilodeau \nAddress: 1868, chemin Royal, Saint-Pierre-Île-d'Orléans, QC\nDistance from Montreal: 2 hours and 50 minutes\n View this post on Instagram About last week 🤍 J’ai rencontré cette belle âme, que j’ai découvert sur Instagram, pour la première fois en personne. Et avec distanciation bien sûre 🙃 C’était un metime parfait avec discussions de fille, un excellent moût de pommes et une belle séance photo. Mais surtout c’est impressionnant à quel point on peut découvrir de belles personnes qui deviennent des amies via les réseaux sociaux 🤍 Déjà hâte à notre prochain pique-nique @janik.bh ! Et vous, avez-vous rencontré vos amis sur insta? . . . . #qcblogger #vergerduquebec #quebecregion #alimentsduquebec #pommesduquebec #discoverunder5k #friends A post shared by STEPHANIE (@stephlim_co) on Jun 9, 2020 at 4:42am PDT\n\nEveryone thinks of heading to a winery in the summer, but what about a cidery? This gorgeous cidery in Saint-Pierre-Île-d'Orléans is totally worth the drive and proves that it doesn't need to befall to hang out in the orchard.\nWebsite\nMétis-sur-Mer\nAddress: Métis-sur-Mer, QC\nDistance from Montreal: 5 hours and 45 minutes\nView this post on Instagram Because we will certainly spend the summer of 2020 (re)discovering our beautiful province, our itinerary will certainly be inspired by the recommendations of our friend @nancygui who always shows the most precious jewels of Quebec! Here in Métis-Sur-Mer, she is wearing our VICTORIA jumpsuit. • Parce qu'on passera certainement l'été 2020 à (re)découvrir notre belle province, notre itinéraire sera certainement inspiré des recommandations de notre amie @nancygui qui nous présente toujours les plus précieux bijoux de notre Québec! Ici à Métis-Sur-Mer, elle porte notre combinaison VICTORIA. #indygena #moderndesign #indygenacrew #ambassador #collab #dailylife #outdoors #playoutside #metissurmer #quebectourisme #quebec #quebecjetaime #jumpsuit #jumper #onepiece #onserejointdehors #livethelittlethings #chasinglight #getoutside #forahappymoment #thegreatoutdoors #outdooradventure #gooutdoor #outdoorsy #outdoorfun #womenswear #womenoutdoors #womenstyle #findmeoutside #outdoorwear A post shared by INDYGENA (@indygena) on Jul 3, 2020 at 6:01am PDT\nThere's nothing quite like that fresh sea-salt air. Over in Métis-sur-Mer, you'll get a real sense of maritime life in Quebec and fall in love with every crashing wave.\nWebsite\nL'Orée du Bois\nAddress: 15, Chemin Kingsmere, Chelsea, QC\nDistance from Montreal: 2 hours and 15 minutes\nView this post on Instagram twenty A post shared by lucy murray (@lumurr) on Aug 19, 2018 at 8:02am PDT\nOut in Chelsea is a restaurant that is as stunning as it is delicious. Come for the views and the menu and stay for the ambiance and cozy vibes.\nWebsite\nJoie de Lavende\nAddress: 50, rue Mont Echo, Knowlton, QC\nDistance from Montreal: 1 hour and 10 minutes\nView this post on Instagram All the feels today But I have decided to just focus on the positive for now and soak up all the good moments! I was having a blast in this small but gorgeous lavender field. Even though this summer is not what I expected it to be, I am enjoying all of it to the fullest. I might be having one of the best summers in a long time after all. My mind is always running and if you are like me these 3 tips might help you: 1. Live in the moment because tomorrow is not promised 2. You can’t carry the weight of the world on your shoulders you cant fix everything for everyone 3. Ground yourself in nature to recharge Do I look recharged? Swipe to the right and tell me which photo you like best! #beautyblog #fashionist #affordablewears #theempoweredcollectives #lifestyleguide #beautybloger #lifestyleblog #lifestyler #gentlefawnstyle #lavenderfields #lavenderlove #lavenderlover #summerdresses #summerstyle #flowerphotography #blossomseason #instalifestyle #effortlesschic #everydayoutfit #makeitblissful #summerootd #summeroutfitideas #whatiamwearing #styleover30 #peopleinnature #naturegram #gardenshot #journeyofgirls #wanderes #seethegood A post shared by Sharifa Samora | Montreal (@sharifasamora) on Jul 14, 2020 at 5:01pm PDT\nEverybody knows of Bleu Lavende, but just an hour outside of the city is Joie de Lavende, a gorgeous lavender farm that you could spend hours getting lost in. And don't forget to stop by the boutique to buy some amazing lavender products.\nWebsite\nHappy exploring!