La Route des Navigateurs


Since the days of Jacques Cartier, sailors from the world over have travelled the St. Lawrence River and its estuary. The Route des Navigateurs bears witness to the history of this great waterway and the settlement of its shores. The Route des Navigateurs follows the course of the river along Route 132, crossing three touristic regions. Beginning in the west at Baie-du-Febvre in the Centre-du-Québec, it also crosses Chaudière-Appalaches to finally end in the east at Sainte-Luce which is part of Bas-Saint-Laurent. The entire trip covers over 470 kilometres, showcasing diverse aspects of the St. Lawrence River. Take the time to discover this landscape of unique beauty and enjoy all the pleasures of the seaside. Plunge into an inspiring maritime experience by visiting the attractions and taking part in the vast range of activities available. The Route is marked with easily recognizable blue signs. Keep an eye on them - they'll be your guideposts, even in town.

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Route des Navigateurs

800, highway Jean-Lesage
Lévis (Lévis)
Quebec, Canada, G7A 1E3


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