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Charlevoix vacation rentals, cottages & more!

Charlevoix cottage rentals are famous for their spectacular landscapes that have inspired painters, poets, writers, and musicians over the years. The Charlevoix region is perfect for those seeking to be surrounded by nature. Rent a cottage or vacation home in Charlevoix this summer and you’ll can spend your days swimming, biking, canoeing, fishing, golfing, hiking, horseback riding, hunting, mountain climbing, sailing and kayaking. In the winter, find a Charlevoix ski chalet for rent from which you can embark on ski and snow adventures such as alpine skiing, cross-country skiing, dog sledding, ATVing, snowmobiling and snowshoeing. Browse our vast selection of Charlevoix cottages, cabins and ski chalet rentals and find the perfect accommodation for your next getaway!

Located in the Laurentian Mountains along the north shores of the Saint Lawrence River, Charlevoix is a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve with cottage rentals scattered amongst the charming seaside and mountainous villages that dot the region. Famed for its natural beauty and cultural heritage, Charlevoix was a favoured subject in the work of the iconic Group of Seven painters.

While in Charlevoix, visit some of Québec’s most charming and picturesque villages, noted for their heritage properties and fine food, including locally made breads, beer, cheese, and fois gras. Agro-tourism opportunities abound along the Flavour Trail, a 143-kilometre route whose highlights include Baie-Saint-Paul’s Chocolaterie Cynthia, La Malbaie’s Fromagerie St.-Fidèle, and Saint Urbain’s La Ferme Basque De Charlevoix.

At the National Parks Hautes-Gorges-de-la-Rivière-Malbaie and Grands-Jardins, activities abound. Hiking, cycling, canoeing, kayaking, rabaska, fishing, golfing, and horseback riding are popular sports in the summer, while ice climbing, ice fishing, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and snowmobiling are favourites come winter. With the highest vertical east of the Canadian Rocky Mountains, Le Massif is renowned for its alpine skiing and snowboarding, as well as rodeling. Saguenay-St. Lawrence Marine Park provides opportunities for whale-watching.

With outdoor activities and classic Canadian scenery, Charlevoix, located near Québec City, is one of the province’s most popular cottage rental destinations.