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Rimouski is the oceanographic capital of Québec. Its territory includes the districts of Le Bic to the west, Pointe-au-Père to the east, and Sainte-Blandine to the south. Approaching from the west, visitors are greeted by the rugged landscape of the Parc national du Bic. You can take the turn-off to Rue Sainte-Cécile-du-Bic to reach the heart of Le Bic.
Downtown Rimouski opens out onto the St. Lawrence, where Île Saint-Barnabé dominates the panorama. The Promenade de la Mer is the ideal spot to enjoy this magnificent landscape. You then cross the district of Rimouski-Est with its marina, followed by Pointe-au-Père, where the famous Onondaga submarine takes pride of place at the Site historique maritime de la Pointe-au-Père. Rimouski offers something for everyone: heritage tours, museums, art galleries, parks, interpretation centres, farmers' market, theatre, special events, golf courses, bike paths (Route Verte) linking Rimouski to SainteLuce, and much more