With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, Google wants to make sure you know where the most romantic places in Quebec can be found.
Google Maps and Street View has mapped out the six places that makes La Belle Province scream out “amour” just in time for la Saint-Valentin.
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Because sure, chocolates and teddy bears are cute but it’s tough to beat a couple’s spa day up north.
From intimate spas, to the big city and nature, this interactive map will help you plan out a few romantic trips for the big day and beyond.
Branded as the largest spa in North America, Nordik-Spa Nature is the perfect companion to the cold and snowfall. It’s easy to stand up to winter when you’re floating in a giant hot tub, getting a massage or enjoying the sauna with the perfect companion.
You can’t highlight a romantic spot in the province without coming back to Montreal. Between dinner, live music and dancing, you can have all three at the gorgeously intimate Le Balcon.
They even have special Valentine’s Day performances.
This magical 12 km skating trail bustles through the enchantingly-named Domaine de la forêt perdue.
The trail is just wide enough for two, gliding hand-in-hand through the trees. And yes, they have hot chocolate and a petting zoo.
Buying chocolate on Valentine’s Day is sweet but for an immersive experience in the food of romance, Quebec City boasts a spectacular chocolate museum where you can learn more about why lovers love chocolate.
Summer, winter, fall (and spring, when we have it) La Baie, Saguenay is a favourite spot to get close and enjoy the views.
This time of year, however, get cozy in one of the many ice-fishing shacks and enjoy a fresh supper with your lover.
Gîte du Mont-Albert is the perfect example of being able to enjoy a national park and fine-dining on the same day.
With a fireplace for cozying, a locally-sourced restaurant and private rooms, Gite Mont-Albert, in the heart of the parc national de la Gaspésie, is primed for romance.