The Chaudière-Appalaches’ magnificent landscapes stretch from the Maine state border along the St. Lawrence River all the way to the capital of La Belle Province.
The region gets its name from the Chaudière River that runs northwards to join the St. Lawrence and from the Appalachian mountains on its south.
Three centuries of history are are represented by the region’s numerous must-see attractions: manors, mills and seigniorial homes. Several villages along the shores of Lotbinière, Bellechasse and Côte-du-Sud regions rank among the most beautiful in the Province of Québec.
The region’s biggest city, Lévis, offers everything a usual urban centre makes available.
The exceptional charm of the region attracts many visitors from the U.S. who come to enjoy its beauty and rich history, savory local produce, gourmet cuisine and the hospitality of its people. Chaudière-Appalaches is an ideal place for enjoying outdoors activities in any season.
View of Levis City from Quebec City. Photo: © ProvinceQuebec
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