Discover one of Eastern Canada’s most beautiful destinations
When visitors set foot on the Magdalen Islands, the effect is immediate and the change of scenery is absolute. The surroundings are a blend of islands and dunes that split apart and stretch out across the water as far as the eye can see. The islands seem like their own tiny country alive with the deep green of the valleys, the golden sand of the long beaches, the red of the sculpted cliffs and the myriad of blues and greens of the omnipresent ocean and the lagoons reflecting the colours of the sky and the marine life.
The weather is also part of what makes the islands unique. The maritime climate ensures warmer winters and cooler summers, which means the islands get fewer frost days than any other place in Quebec. It’s not uncommon to experience warm and sunny summer weather up until the end of September.
Why not make the experience even more amazing by travelling aboard a CTMA Cruise ship and staying in one of its 220 rooms?