Population : 786
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Montréal: 414 km
Québec: 186 km
- Tadoussac Bird Observatory Trails
- Tadoussac Beach Trail
- Parc de nos Ancêtres Trail
- Colline-de-l'Anse-à-l'eau Trail - Parc national du Fjord-du-Saguenay, Tadoussac Bay sector
- Pointe-de-l'Islet Trail - Parc national du Fjord-du-Saguenay, Tadoussac Bay sector
- L'Estuaire Trail
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A proud member of the Most Beautiful Villages of Québec association, Tadoussac is known around the world as a prime whale-watching location. The best way to visit this charming village is to stroll along its network of paths, admiring the scenery and the occasional whale feeding only a few metres off shore. The surrounding dunes are home to over 80 species of birds and constitute one of the best birdwatching sites in North America. History buffs will get a thrill from the replica of the first New France fur trading post and the oldest wooden chapel in Canada. Tadoussac hosts a number of events every year: the Song Festival, the Happening de peinture (painting event) and the Migratory Bird Festival. And there's more: shows, street performers, crafts, shopping, beaches, a marina, sea kayaking, a golf course that's over 100 years old and the first beach library in Québec.