Lake Saint-Jean has 210 kilometres of shores from where it is sometimes difficult to get a glimpse of the other side. It is also a 3,500-km2 playground for water sports enthusiasts, since you can go swimming, sailing, fishing or sea kayaking in the lake. The beaches along the shores of Lake Saint-Jean are covered with golden sand on which it is always good to walk or relax under the warm sun.
Lake Saint-Jean also has 256 kilometres of cycling paths, known as the Véloroute des Bleuets. Numerous internationally renowned attractions are also scattered around the lake, like the Zoo sauvage de Saint-Félicien and the href="http://www.saguenay-travelguide.com/around-lac-saint-jean/Village-historique-de-Val-Jalbert/" title="tourist information on the village historique de Val-Jalbert">Village historique de Val-Jalbert. Discover the pilgrimage sites, the First Nations reservations and the numerous museums that will teach you about the history and culture of the region.
Arts & Crafts
Zoos & Aquariums
Festivals & Events
Health Centres & Spas
Properties & Gardens
Rafting, Canoeing & Kayaking
Towns and villages
The Saguenay – Lac-Saint-Jean Travel guide allows you to find all the tourism information concerning the activities, attractions, events as well as accommodation in the region. You will find information concerning tourism in the Saguenay – Lac-Saint-Jean region, as well as water and sports activities, parks, museums and cultural attractions.
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