Thanks to the province's thousands of kilometres in size, road trips across Quebec can be full of unexplored places and hidden treasures. You may even come across some rather unusual landscapes and monuments, such as the massive Côte-Nord dinosaurs that overlook the St. Lawrence River. I promise that going up onto one of them offers the best seat in the house.\nMaybe when you daydream of travelling, the beaches of Barcelona or the Fiji islands may seem a little more attractive than somewhere in Quebec. But, making your way to the Côte-Nord leaves you feeling like you're on a journey all while staying in your own province.\nAnd here, it's literally a trip back in time to the age of the dinosaurs!\nMany Quebecers were familiar with the dinos at the popular restaurant Le Madrid, but the ones at the Vieux Quai de Ragueneau, near Baie-Comeau, are a little less well known.\nBuilt in 1994 and designed by Mr. Rénald Girard, there are two life-size brachiosaurs that rise up from the water's edge of this dock offering an incredible view of the shoreline.\n"Dinosaurs symbolize the strength and greatness of heart that characterized our pioneers and the strength of the elements of nature at the beginning of our history," the Tourisme Côte-Nord website tells us.\nView this post on Instagram Tout comme le #Madrid, la Côte-Nord possède son lot de #dinosaures! Deux #brachiosaures grandeur nature conçus en 1994 par monsieur Rénald Girard passent leurs journées à se prélasser au quai de #Ragueneau! #JurrasicParc #JurrasicWorld #Brachiosaure #CôteNord #CoteNord A post shared by Tourisme Cote-Nord (@cotenordquebec) on Aug 14, 2019 at 12:56pm PDT\nJust the chance to take such an unforgettable picture is worth the road trip.\nView this post on Instagram //Some wanna see you crash and burn And criticize your every word I'm trying to keep from going insane Ain't that the way of this whole damn thing//SWS// #côtenord #dinosaur #bluesky #landscape #mynewbestfriend #toinfinityandbeyond #fun #piercedgirl #sleepingwithsirenslyrics A post shared by Erika Noel (@_poisson_chat_) on Jun 1, 2019 at 6:24am PDT\nAnd, you can take advantage of your more than seven-hour drive from Montreal to explore the wonders of the area.\nThe village of Ragueneau is the gateway to the Manicouagan Peninsula, as indicated on the municipality's website.\nAt the end of the pier, you can admire small islands on the horizon that are home to a wide variety of birds and seals.\nView this post on Instagram Some moments are gold. 🌅 A post shared by katherine (@kathbanville) on Sep 8, 2018 at 4:58pm PDT\nThe Vieux Quai de Ragueneau also includes a picnic area. In this area, you can watch breathtaking sunsets while having a drink.\nDinosaurs Of The Vieux Quai De Ragueneau\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by Josee Contant Lavigne (@poussette98) on Jul 25, 2019 at 6:22am PDT\nCost: Free\nWhen: Open all year round\nAddress: Chemin du Quai, Ragueneau, Quebec\nWhy you should go: Not only to journey across Quebec but also to travel back in time by discovering these remnants of the province's Côte-Nord region.\nWebsite\nThis article was originally published in French on Narcity Québec.\nAt MTL Blog, we believe a life worth living is a life worth sharing. Although travel is not currently advised, our mission still stands, but we invite you to read our stories with a little imagination. We hope they help you escape your couch without actually leaving it. Stay safe!