Discover an exceptional natural jewel and a tourist destination offering a wide variety of activities. Guided cruises in the heart of the archipelago, new 360° projections under an impressive outdoor dome and a fun and luminous indoor interactive tour are just a few of the activities that await you. Enjoy the urban beach with fine sand, hammocks, shaded areas and a breathtaking view of the river to recharge your batteries! In symbiosis with the Lac Saint-Pierre Biosphere Reserve, the Sorel-Tracy region promises to amaze you!

Fun on the water in the Sorel-Tracy region

Located at the confluence of the St. Lawrence River and the Richelieu River, the Sorel-Tracy region can only attract water lovers because of its advantageous geographical position. The beauty of the shores calls for adventure! So, let yourself be lulled by the waves and choose from the many water activities offered. Opt for one of the cruises in the Lake Saint-Pierre archipelago and its 103 islands or for a kayak, canoe or paddle board excursion. (Website only available in French)

Outdoor fun in the Sorel-Tracy region

Recognized by UNESCO as the Biosphere Reserve due to the quality of the natural environments, floral and faunal diversity of Lac-Saint-Pierre, the Sorel-Tracy region offers an impressive change of scenery. Recharge your batteries for free at the Parc régional des Grèves on the hiking trails in the exceptional forest; marvel at the beauty of nature in the heart of the largest developed marsh in eastern North America; go on a picnic with the family in one of the large parks along the St. Lawrence River; or practise any other outdoor activity: this is what awaits you in the Sorel-Tracy region. (Website only available in French)

A busy festive calendar this summer in the Sorel-Tracy region

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Summer 2022 promises to be festive in the Sorel-Tracy region! Starting at the Quai Catherine-Legardeur where iO Experience will present 16 unforgettable evenings featuring 65 local and international artists. A stone's throw from the wharf, the Gib Fest will bring downtown Sorel-Tracy to life throughout the month of July with 5 weekends of shows. Do you love good wine and good food? Head over to the Bières vins & terroir festival: microbreweries, vineyards and foodtrucks will be on site to delight your taste buds. To end the season on a high note, the Régates internationales de Sorel-Tracy will amaze you with its nautical races. This summer, enjoy the Sorel-Tracy region! (Website only available in French)

Cycling pleasures in the Sorel-Tracy region

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Seasoned cyclists or young families, the region's bike paths and asphalted roads are exceptional for an enjoyable ride. Start on La Sauvagine, a 12-km bike path (24-km round trip), safe and accessible to the whole family! Once on this track, a stop at the Chalifoux dairy is a must for a good cone. Discover five proposed road itineraries ranging from 39 to 85 kilometers where you will pedal, sometimes along the edge of the St. Lawrence River and the Sorel Islands, sometimes through fields and woods, sometimes along the Richelieu River. It's a safe bet that you'll love your bike outing on the shores of Sorel-Tracy. (Website only available in French)

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