Quebec Vacation Ownership
Canada’s only French-speaking province has established itself as one of the most unique cultures in the world. Quebec brings together a long history steeped in French colonization and the city’s current status as one of the most popular tourist destinations in North America to create a friendly vacation destination perfect for any traveler. If you love travelling to Canada, Quebec timeshare resales will give you easy lodging solutions year after year.
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Quick Facts about Quebec Timeshare
- Quebec is a popular year-round destination, with lakeside resorts providing summer getaways and ski resorts in the mountains perfect for winter.
- Although Montreal and Quebec City are the main urban destinations in Quebec, you will find most timeshare resorts outside the city. St. Hippolyte and Mont-Tremblant are popular resort locations not far from Montreal, while Beaupre boasts a number of resorts just minutes from Quebec City.
Popular Quebec Resorts
Things to Do in Quebec
Much like New England, Quebec is an ideal vacation destination year-round. The Laurentian Mountains are popular spots in both summer and winter, with scenic hiking trails and beautiful skiing slopes. Montreal is one of the most unique cities in the world, with gourmet five-star cuisine at every turn, an exciting nightlife atmosphere, and deep roots in French Canadian history.
Further north, the capital of Quebec City boasts an uncanny European charm right in North America. As the only walled city north of Mexico, Quebec City creates an old atmosphere for travelers while simultaneously proving it is a city on the rise. The holiday season is becoming an increasingly popular time of year to visit Quebec City, as the year’s first snow blankets the narrow, winding streets downtown.
Quebec’s borders reach northward nearly to the Arctic Circle, providing plenty of opportunities to explore. Venture up to Lake Manicouagan to witness one of Canada’s strangest natural wonders. The lake is in the shape of a ring, with a mountain—Mount Babel—rising from the center. It is affectionately referred to as “The Eye of Quebec,” and provides many opportunities for hiking and sightseeing.