Southeastern Quebec is a coastal region in Quebec with small towns and villages hugging the coast. It is east of Quebec City and south of the St. Lawrence River. The Gaspé is considered particularly scenic.
- Bas-Saint-Laurent - between the St. Lawrence River and northern Maine
- Gaspé Peninsula - rugged peninsula jutting into the Gulf of St. Lawrence
French is the primary language of communication here, and you hardly hear any English spoken, although many younger people are bilingual.