Route des Navigateurs

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The St. Lawrence reveals its story on the route des Navigateurs

Along the route, visitors will be seduced by the beauty of the landscapes the coast of the St. Lawrence River has to offer, behind which the mountains rise. River ports, quays, maritime museums, islands, ferries and cruises in the Isle-aux-Grues archipelago are all part of the touristic offering of this trail and will allow you to live a wonderful maritime experience.

Ride the waves and take the time to explore the many historical, cultural and maritime sites in our beautiful regions. Well-indicated with easily recognizable signs, the route des Navigateurs mainly follows Route 132 on over 470 kilometres, leading you through the tourist areas of Centre-du-QuébecChaudière-Appalaches, and Bas-Saint-Laurent, from Baie-du-Febvre to Sainte-Luce.

To follow the route des Navigateurs is to enjoy the splendour of innumerable panoramas, the generous gift of the St. Lawrence River and its islands. Since we know you won't want to miss a thing, we have carefully indicated each site, using sail-shaped symbols. So cast off on a voyage of discovery and search for unforgettable treasures! 

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Free: Route des Navigateurs' brochure

Homeports ans stopovers

Homeports : Must-see attractions that showcase the maritime character of the region indicated with sail-shaped symbols.

Stopovers : Attractions along the route to make your trip even more enjoyable.

Map of various activities on the Route des navigateurs

Other portions of the Route are available