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!
The Fairmont Le Manoir Richelieu Golf Club in Quebec is home of 27 world-class holes of golf. While keeping the essence of the original design, Darrell Huxham managed to showcase the natural beauty and esthetics of the Charlevoix region. First impressions always last. You will not be disappointed with the improvements that the golf course is able to offer to golfers. At every point, you will be able to admire the landscape and the great design that the St. Lawrence River offers to each visitor. The panorama is breathtaking.
A pioneer in Quebec wine-growing, Le Cep d'Argent offers refined, high-quality wines that have been acclaimed by sommeliers and the press. This vineyard established on a domain of 60,000 vines and 114 acres offers an exceptional view of the splendid Lake Magog and invites you to discover the traditional Champagne method by participating in numerous tasting and interpretation activities. To make the most of your visit, check out the packages.
Located in the St. Lawrence River, 45 minutes from Québec City, the Isle-aux-Grues archipelago is made up of 21 islands and islets, but Isle-aux-Grues is the only island inhabited all year. It is known for its breathtaking panoramas, its excellent award-winning cheeses, its great diversity of birds and rare plants, and its magnificent sunsets. You can explore the area on foot, by bicycle or even by train on a guided tour. It is possible to stay in an inn, a B&B, a tourist residence or a campsite. Finally, plan some time to discover the Museum and the trails of the Jean-Paul-Riopelle Nature Reserve.
Featuring a trail that passes through about twenty buildings, the Village du Bûcheron, one of the oldest tourist attractions in the Mauricie region, invites you to relive the history of forestry in Quebec. Meet storytellers along the route and learn more about those who shaped the Mauricie region and Quebec as a whole. This huge site reproduces the buildings, workshops and tools of the day and visitors will witness the heavy task that awaited log drivers, lumberjacks and other workers. Open until mid-October.
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