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  • Quai de Sainte-Angèle - Marina in fall
  • Quai de Sainte-Angèle - Picnic table
  • Quai de Sainte-Angèle - Observation tower
  • Quai de Sainte-Angèle - Sailing ship
  • Quai de Sainte-Angèle - Laviolette bridge

Quai de Sainte-Angèle (site naturel)

The Quai de Sainte-Angèle in Bécancour is a choice site to observe flora and fauna

Avenue des Nénuphars
Bécancour (Quebec)

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Site of the former ferry that ran prior to the construction of the Laviolette Bridge, this heritage attraction provides a panoramic view of the Fleuve Saint-Laurent (St. Lawrence River). Bird-watchers can observe various species of shorebirds. During the summer, the wharf is home to a number of activities and also serves as a picnic area. Take advantage of winter to try ice fishing.

You'll find the Quai de Sainte-Angèle as a stopover on the Route des Navigateurs and on the Centre-du-Quebec Region Bird-Watching Tour.


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