Most people don't know this, but Quebec's actually a huge combination of a lot of things. It's not all metropolitan cities and small towns, guys.
We've got beaches, national parks, forests, lakes, rivers, mountains; everything, basically.
That includes gorgeous islands, too. Most of them are legit breathtaking; but one spot takes the cake.
The Mingan Archipelago National Park Reserve is a National Park, and technically spread out across numerous small islands in the Gulf of St. Lawrence.
Featuring clear waters, gorgeous rock formations, and some super serene vibes, the Mingan Archipelago - and its islands (including Ile Quarry, Ile Du Havre, La Grande Ile, and Ile Nue De Mingan) - is highkey stunning.