Robert-Cliche is a regional county municipality in the Chaudière-Appalaches region in southeastern Quebec, Canada, on the Chaudière River, between La Nouvelle-Beauce Regional County Municipality and Beauce-Sartigan Regional County Municipality.
Established in 1982 as a successor to Beauce County, Robert-Cliche is made of ten municipalities and is mainly French-speaking. The territory is a mix of urban and rural. Beauceville, the county seat, is the most populous municipality.
It is named after Quebec politician, writer, lawyer and judge Robert Cliche. He was born in Saint-Joseph-de-Beauce, one of Robert-Cliche's municipalities.
There are 10 subdivisions within the RCM:
Highways and numbered routes that run through the municipality, including external routes that start or finish at the county border: