Old Quebec City and surroundingsThe unavoidables
Sports & outdoors
Village Nordik at the Port of Québec, located in Louise Basin in the heart of the port, offers young and old alike an opportunity to enjoy an exciting and novel winter experience.
Providing access to an exceptional site, Louise Basin is transformed into a village featuring popular and family activities where Québec City residents and tourists can enjoy the pleasures of winter in Québec.
Village Nordik at the Port of Québec is an ice fishing village set in an urban environment. Designed for beginners and seasoned anglers alike, our site guarantees unique fun for the whole family right in the heart of Québec City. It features high-quality facilities and various packages that include igloo rental and everything you need for great fishing: drilled holes, lines (tip-ups), and bait.
From February 9 to 12, THE not to be missed winter event! Snowboard and Freestyle ski World Cups, Igloofest party , amateur races and much more!
Valcartier Vacation Village is now the biggest resort in Eastern Canada. It's the new and unique indoor waterpark in Quebec, the Bora Parc, that allows the recreation complex to be opened yearly. More than 100 000 ft2 harbor 15 waterslides, a wave pool, an adventure river, a double surf wave and more in a Polynesian theme heated to 30C. During winter, 35 snow slides including snow Rafting and the Tornado decorate the largest winter playground in America. By its side, the Hôtel de Glace, a real gem unique in America, becomes unavoidable when visiting. During summer, 35 heated waterslides, the wave pool and other water games enliven the outdoor waterpark. Next to it, a 600-site campground allows travelers to extend their stay. From May to September, whitewater rafting and slow ride activities are offered on the Jacques-Cartier River with Rafting Valcartier.