Regional Cycling Route Package - 350 km - 4 nights
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Experience the vibrant pace of city life in the Centre-du-Quebec region!
Enjoy the gentle rhythm of life in the villages of the Centre-du-Quebec region!
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Located at the junction of highways 132 and 255, the municipality of Baie-du-Febvre is renowned for bird -watching. It is the larges spring migratory staging area for snow geese and other waterfowl in Québec. For one week in August, the municipality is transformed into the site of motorized vehicle competitions and activities during Challenge 255.
298, route Marie-VictorinBaie-du-Febvre (Québec) J0G 1A0Phone: 450 783-6422Fax: 450 783-6423
Population: 1 063French name for inhabitants: Antonien, Antonienne
Email: email@example.com Website: www.baie-du-febvre.net
Facing Trois-Rivières, on the south shore of the Fleuve Saint-Laurent (St. Lawrence River), Becancour stands out for the variety of attractions offered to visitors, the number of artisans found here, the variety of outdoor activities and quality accommodations. Visitors will discover Becancour by travelling along Route 132 and small country roads.
Visitors passing through Becancour will find :
1295, avenue Nicolas-PerrotBécancour (Québec) G9H 1A1Phone : 819 294-6500Fax : 819 294-6535
Population : 12013French name for inhabitants : Bécancourois, Bécancouroise
Email : firstname.lastname@example.orgWeb site: www.becancour.net
Located in the Appalachian foothills, the municipality of Chesterville is crossed east to west by the Rivière Nicolet Nord (Nicolet North River). Route 161 is its main road, along with Chemin Craig (Craig Road) that runs through the village. This very active municipality takes advantage of its superb landscapes to host artistic events like the Accueil des grands peintres art symposium.
472, rue de l'AccueilChesterville (Québec) G0P 1J0Phone: 819 382-2059Fax: 819 382-2073
Population: 850French name for inhabitants: Chestervillois, Chestervilloise
Email : email@example.com Website: www.chesterville.net
A municipality know for brick-making and its dairy industry, Deschaillons-sur-Saint-Laurent overlooks the St. Lawrence River. Both visitors and residents will appreciate:
Not to be missed at the eastern exit of the village is a 280-kg rock, which, according to legend, was moved by someone by the name of Mailhot.
1596, route Marie-VictorinDeschaillons-sur-Saint-Laurent (Québec) G0S 1G0Phone: 819 292-2085Fax: 819 292-3194
Population: 978French name for inhabitants: Deschaillonnais, Deschaillonnaise
Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgInformations: (Wikipédia)
Drummondville is one of the most vibrant industrial cities in Québec. In terms of tourism, Drummondville has made a name for itself through major summer events and business tourism. Visitors and Drummondville residents alike are never at a lack of things to do:
415, rue Lindsay Drummondville (Québec) J2B 6W3Phone: 819 478-6554Fax: 819 478-3363
Population: 68091French name for inhabitants: Drummondvillois, Drummondvilloise
Email: email@example.comWebsite: www.ville.drummondville.qc.ca
The municipality of Inverness invites you to go back in time to the early days of the area and discover the history of the Celts on the Celtic way. The municipality has several foundries making it a hub for the production of bronze. Learn about the various processes involved in creating a bronze sculpture at the Musée du Bronze, the only bronze economuseum in Canada. On a beautiful sunny day, why not visit Lysander Falls!
1799, DublinInverness (Québec) G0S 1K0Phone: 418 453-2512Fax: 418 453-2554Population: 847French name for inhabitants: Invernois, InvernoiseEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: www.municipaliteinverness.ca
Located about 25 kilometres from Victoriaville, the municipality of Kingsey Falls invites you to discover:
While you're here, tour Parc Marie-Victorin and one of the Cascades plants.
15, rue Caron Kingsey Falls (Québec) J0A 1B0Phone: 819 363-3810Fax: 819 363-3819
Population: 2110French name for inhabitants: Kingsey-Fallois, Kingsey-Falloise
Email: email@example.comWebsite: www.kingseyfalls.ca
Nestled on the banks of the Bécancour River, the municipality of Lyster benefits from an interesting geographical location. In its early days, development relied on the Grand Trunk Railway. Today, Lyster is a favourite spot for vacationers and tourists with easy access and a bike rest stop on the Parc linéaire des Bois-Francs bike path.
2375, rue BécancourLyster (Québec) G0S 1V0Phone: 819 389-5787Fax: 819 389-5981
Population: 1619French name for inhabitants: Lysterois, Lysteroise
Web site : www.municipalite.lyster.qc.ca
Founded in 1672, Nicolet is one of Québec's oldest towns. Located where the Nicolet River meets Lake St. Pierre, the town has several qualities making it a noteworthy site fo both residents and visitors.
180, rue Monseigneur-PanetNicolet (Québec) J3T 1S6Phone: 819 293-6901Fax: 819 293-6767
Population: 7809French name for inhabitants: Nicolétain, Nicolétaine
Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: www.ville.nicolet.qc.ca
Picturesque rivers and mountains provide this village (located along Route 161) with spectacular vistas. Take time to enjoy the municipal park, appreciated by young and old. Discover local products, a fishing site, and the village’s heritage. Meditate at the shrine located near the church built in 1940, one of the region’s rare neoclassical churches.
25, rue de l'ÉgliseNotre-Dame-de-Ham (Québec) G0P 1C0Phone: 819 344-5806Fax: 819 344-5806
Population: 419French name for inhabitants: Notre-D'Hamois, Notre-D'Hamoise
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Located 5 km from the St. Lawrence River, this municipality boasts rich agricultural land. The local economy is based on various crop and livestock productions (buffalo, maple syrup and blueberry operations) and is bolstered by the regional agricultural cooperative.
The banks of the Chêne River provide visitors with the perfect location to enjour an outdoor meal.
Outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy the Parc linéaire Le Petit Deschaillons bike path west of the village.
975, rue Principale Ouest Parisville (Québec) G0X 1X0Phone: 819 292-2222Fax: 819 292-1514
Population: 532French name for inhabitants: Parisvillois, Parisvilloise
Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: municipalite.parisville.qc.ca
Founded in 1835, Plessisville is the oldest municipality in the L'Érable region. The town is located at the foot of the Appalachian Mountain Range and features the Bourbon River.
Visitors can stop in at the municipal park, the perfect place to rest, have a picnic or enjoy the activities offered by the Carrefour de l'Érable. At this charming site you'll discover a footbridge created by sculptor Armand Vaillancourt.
Plessisville offers a number of services for visitors who enjoy cycling, ATVing or snowmobiling. Are you looking for a good restaurant, comfortable lodging or outdoor activities? Plessisville welcomes you year-round.
1700, rue Saint-CalixtePlessisville (Québec) G6S 1E6Phone : 819 362-3284Fax : 819 362-6421
Population : 6708French name for inhabitants : Plessisvillois, Plessisvilloise
Email: email@example.comWeb Site : ville.plessisville.qc.ca
PrincevilleEstablished in 1832, the municipality is named for Pierre Prince, one of the fist settlers. The town of Princeville has several prosperous industries, farms and sugar bushes.
Stop in Princeville and discover:
Adresse : 50, rue Saint-Jacques OuestPrinceville (Québec) G6L 4Y5Phone: 819 364-3333Fax: 819 364-5198
Population: 5730French name for inhabitants: Princevillois, Princevilloise
Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: www.villedeprinceville.qc.ca
Know as the hub of Québec's antique market, the municipality of Sainte-Eulalie is located near highway 20. The municipality is easily accessible and is home to an industrial park and various services to accommodate people passing through.
757, rue des BouleauxSainte-Eulalie (Québec) G0Z 1E0Phone: 819 225-4345Fax: 819 225-4078
Population: 894 French name for inhabitants: Eulalien, Eulalienne
Email: email@example.com Website: www.municipalite.sainte-eulalie.qc.ca
Located in an area of rolling hills bordered by the St. Francis River, the municipality of Saint-Félix-de-Kingsey will enchant visitors with its panoramic view from the top of the mountain. The municipality's largest agricultural production comes from sugar bushes, berry fields, and Christmas tree plantations.
1205, rue de l'ÉgliseSaint-Félix,de-Kingsey (Québec) J0B 2T0Phone: 819 848-2321Fax: 819 848-2202
Population: 1 444French name for inhabitants: Kingséen, Kingséenne
Courriel : firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: Saint-Félix-de-Kingsey
Created from the merger of Bernierville, Vianney and Saint-Ferdinand, the municipality of Saint-Ferdinand is a true vacation spot. Close to well-known Lake William, its main economic activities are: forestry, agriculture, maple syrup production, other industries, and tourism.
Visit Manoir du lac William for an unforgettable stay on the shores of Lake William.
821, rue PrincipaleSaint-Ferdinand (Québec) G0N 1N0Phone: 418 428-3480Fax: 418 428-9724
Population: 2159French name for inhabitants: Ferdinois, Ferdinoise
Email: email@example.comWebsite: www.municipalite.saint-ferdinand.qc.ca
Home to the largest cranberry operations in Canada, the municipality of Saint-Louis-de-Blandford is known as the country's cranberry capital. A number of vacationers own cottages along the Bécancour River. In the fall, tourists are invited to the cranberry interpretation centre (Centre d'Interprétation de la Canneberge) to learn more about cranberry production and its impressive harvesting process.
80-1 rue PrincipaleSaint-Louis-de-Blandford (Québec) G0Z 1B0Phone: 819 364-7007Fax: 819 364-2781
Population: 880French name for inhabitants: Ludoviciens, Ludoviciennes
Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: www.saint-louis-de-blandford.ca
Recognized as a resort location and located near the Fleuve Saint-Laurent (St. Lawrence River), Saint-Pierre-les-Becquets offers visitors breathtaking scenery. The town is known for its vegetable production and its famous tomato in particular.
Visitors can discover the town’s many attractions, including its walking path, its church built in 1839, a riverside park, and the Parc de la tomaterie.
110, rue des LoisirsSaint-Pierre-les-Becquets (Québec) G0X 2Z0Phone : 819 263-2622Fax : 819 263-0798
Population : 1 192French name for inhabitants : Becquetois, Becquetoise
Email : email@example.com Web Site : www.st-pierre-les-becquets.qc.ca
Bridges have played a pivotal role in the history of the municipality of Sainte-Monique, established in 1842. The current bridge, officially opened in 1991, is the sixth one, the others having been taken out by ice. Both the Route verte bike trail and the Nicolet River wind their way through this beautiful agricultural countryside, which is worth a detour.
247, rue PrincipaleSainte-Monique (Québec) J0G 1N0Phone: 819 289-2051Fax: 819 289-2344
Population: 536French name for inhabitants : Moniquois, Moniquoise
Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgInformations: (Wikipédia)
Located in the Appalachian foothills, Saint-Rémi-de-Tingwick is well known for its agricultural land and diverse products. Visit the municipality's various agritourism businesses (cheese, pork, etc.) during the autumn gourmet tour of the region - the Balade gourmandes des Bois-Francs - or admire the largest collection of antique tools at the Musée des Outils anciens museum.
156, rue PrincipaleSaint-Rémi de Tingwick (Québec) J0A 1K0Phone: 819 359-2731Fax: 819 359-3532
Population: 471French name for inhabitants: Tingwickois, Tingwickoise
Email: email@example.comWeb site :www.st-remi-de-tingwick.qc.ca
The town of Sainte-Sophie-de-Lévrard is the perfect location to discover the Centre-du-Québec's countryside. The site beckons all of your senses :
174-A,Saint-AntoineSainte-Sophie-de-Lévrard (Québec) G0X 3C0Phone : 819 288-5804Fax : 819 288-5804
Population : 779French name for inhabitants : Sophien, Sophienne
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The cradle of sustainable development, Victoriaville is a hub of activity known for:
Victoriaville focuses on providing quality of life for both its visitors and its residents.
1, rue Notre-Dame OuestVictoriaville (Québec) G6P 6T2Phone: 819 758-1571Fax: 819 758-9292
Population: 40853French name for inhabitants : Victoriavillois, Victoriavilloise
Email: email@example.comWebsite: www.ville.victoriaville.qc.ca
Located at the foot of the Appalachians, the municipality of Warwick has made a name for itself through its agricultural and industrial vocations. It is an attractive place to visit:
8, rue de l'Hôtel-de-VilleWarwick (Québec) J0A 1M0Phone: 819 358-4300Fax: 819 358-4319
Population: 4720French name for inhabitants: Warwickois, Warwickoise
Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: www.ville.warwick.qc.ca
Located south of Drummondville, the municipality of Wickham is known for its fertile farmland. Most of its residents work in agriculture-related occupations. An impressive number of apple trees grow in this Centre-du-Québec municipality, making it an ideal autumn destination.
893, rue MoreauWickham (Québec)
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