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Quebec Vacation Rentals

Vacation Rental Homes, Condos, Cabins, Villas & Beach Houses in Quebec from top rental companies and trusted homeowners.

Quebec is a popular travel destination for solo or family travel, especially if you want to practice your French. While the most popular city is Montreal, there are other places to visit throughout the province. Here are a few must do features throughout the Canadian province. of Quebec.



No trip to Quebec is complete without poutine, and when in doubt, ask any Canadian where their favorite poutine place is. They may recommend places like Poutineville that have a large assortment of toppings, such as avocado, instead of the traditional gravy and cheese over fries.


Most any bar will have the current hockey game on so don’t worry about not getting your sports fix while you travel. Quebec is known for this sport, and you will meet fans who are just as fanatical as you are.


Unique to Quebec is ice wine and apple ice cider. There are tours that you can go on in order to see how the two are made. Enjoy a mixology class with a traditional meal before having iced cider around a bonfire.



While Canada celebrates Canada Day on July 1, Quebec has another holiday called Moving Day. For condo rentals and house rentals, July 1 marks the beginning or end of leases. For travelers not opposed to dumpster diving, this could make for some ultra affordable souvenirs. Possibly more important than Canada Day in Quebec is Quebec Day on June 23 followed by Saint Jean Baptiste on June 24. If you are in Quebec City, July 3 is Quebec City Day, which marks the founding of Quebec. Plan ahead if you want to stay for the entire week because a vacation rentals by owner sell out pretty fast, as this is the busiest time in throughout the province.


Outdoor adventure

Vacation rentals are a great first start to planning an outdoors vacation any time of year in Quebec because there is so much to do. The Jacques Cartier River is known for its white water rafting. If that’s not enough water for you, enjoy canyoning at Mont Sainte-Anne, where you go down the waterfalls on a rope. If the Quebec winter does not scare you, enjoy ice climbing at Parc de la Chute Montmorency.


There’s plenty to do and see in Quebec all year round. Whether you are near the Quebec border or not, it is worth having a vacation rental by owner for a few days. Montreal can be easily be a home base with cities like Quebec City being an easy day trip from Montreal.