In the fall, the Centre-du-Québec region is a place that fills your eyes with bucolic landscapes of a thousand colours, a misty river and majestic mountains. It is a place to fill your belly with real delicacies prepared around the region and freshly picked local products. It's a place to fill your mind with memories as comforting as a good wool vest in the autumn breeze that tickles your cheeks. The Centre-du-Québec in the fall is an opportunity to unwind and enjoy the present moment. Come for a visit: relaxation awaits you!

Auberge Godefroy

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Auberge Godefroy, a four-star hotel located halfway between Montreal and Quebec City, welcomes you in a warm atmosphere of cozy comfort and personalized services. It distinguishes itself by its facilities, services, delicate attentions and its quality as an exclusive resort. It is a coveted destination for both relaxation and entertainment, thanks to its package deals. It is also a perfect place for cycling enthusiasts, as it holds the Bienvenue cyclistes! (welcome cyclists) certification and is located on the Route verte #4 bike path. As a couple, with family or friends, everything is there for memorable getaways!

 

Montfort Hotel in Nicolet

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This fall, enjoy all the little pleasures of the colourful season in a most charming setting at the Montfort Hotel in Nicolet. Housed in the former monastery of the Montfort Fathers, this century-old establishment is full of character and offers a range of activities to satisfy both sports enthusiasts and people looking for a peaceful oasis. Cycling or hiking on the trails, thermal baths at the Nordic spa on the hotel's roof, gastronomy with autumnal flavours on the menu and much more await you at the Montfort Hotel!

Parc régional des Grandes-Coulées

Photo credit: Parc régional des Grandes-Coulées

In the fall, the colours are always flamboyant at this regional park! The Forêt ancienne (old forest) sector in Plessisville is the place to be for families. It has 10 km of flat hiking trails, 18 obstacle course modules and a perfect place for a picnic. And good news: dogs on a leash are welcome!
The Grande tourbière de Villeroy sector is also a must-see area at the Parc regional des Grandes-Coulées where you can admire the fauna and flora. Being in the heart of an open peat bog that is otherwise inaccessible is a unique experience!

Photo credit: Tourisme Victoriaville et sa region

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